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2019 TMC Annual Meeting

The Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition is home to trucking’s leading fleet professionals, vehicle manufacturers, and component suppliers.

2019 ATA Mid-Year Management Session

All ATA members are cordially invited to attend this vital meeting for all involved in the trucking industry. Whether you are a motor carrier or a supplier, our goals are the same: to strengthen your voice and your industry!

2019 NAFC Annual Conference

If you’re interested in learning the latest news and updates in tax, accounting, legal, insurance and technology in trucking industry, the NAFC Annual Conference, June 10-12 at the Marriott Downtown in Indianapolis, IN is a must-attend event. 

2019 ATA Forum for Motor Carrier General Counsel

The ATA Litigation Center’s annual Forum for Motor Carrier General Counsel is being held July 14-17 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, CA. Forum topics are specifically tailored to address the trucking industry’s most critical legal issues and its presenters are industry experts and experienced practitioners.

2019 ATA Management Conference & Exhibition

MCE brings together trucking executives from across the country for the one can't-miss event of the year that highlights economic, regulatory, and business trends focused on driving the success of fleets today and in the future. This year's annual conference will be held at the San Diego Convention Center and Marriott Marquis in San Diego, California.

ATA Webinar - December 2018 Economic & Trucking Update

Join ATA’s Bob Costello, Chief Economist & Senior Vice President, and for an updated look at the economy and how current economic factors are affecting both the short-term and long-term outlook for the industry.

ATA Webinar - IRP & IFTA-An Introduction and Assessment

In this webinar, ATA's Bob Pitcher, Vice President of State Laws, will cover a little of the history of IRP and IFTA – where they came from and why; the basics of how each agreement works; and offer an assessment of the importance of IRP and IFTA to the motor carrier industry.