Today, American Trucking Associations announced BlackBerry as the newest ATA Featured Product Provider of the ATA Business Solutions Featured Product program.
Arlington, Virginia — Today, the American Trucking Associations commended negotiators for making progress toward continue free and fair trade between the United States and China.
Arlington, Virginia – American Trucking Associations President and CEO Chris Spear today issued the following statement after leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico signed the USMCA trade pact during the G-20 Summit in Argentina:
Arlington, Virginia – American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council announced it had opened registration for its 2019 Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition, to be held March 18-21 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Arlington, Va. — American Trucking Associations’ advanced seasonally adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index jumped 6.3% in October to 119.9 from September’s mark of 112.8.
Arlington, Virginia – Today, American Trucking Associations and professional truck drivers from ATA’s Share the Road highway safety program offered tips for safe driving ahead of the busy Thanksgiving weekend.
Arlington, Virginia – American Trucking Associations President and CEO Chris Spear today issued the following statement supporting National Apprenticeship Week:
Arlington, Virginia -- The American Trucking Associations today announced several promotions and a planned structural realignment that will position the organization to serve its members even more effectively with best-in-class services, programs and opportunities for members.
American Trucking Associations’ Safety Management Council announced Sam Faucette of Old Dominion Freight Line as the winner of the 2018 National Safety Director Award. The award was presented during the Awards Banquet at the ATA Safety, Security and Human Resources National Conference and Exhibition in Long Beach, California and is the council’s most coveted safety award for trucking executives.
Arlington, Virginia — Today, the American Trucking Associations commended the Environmental Protection Agency for taking the first step in reviewing and implementing new standards for NOx emissions from heavy trucks.