Membership Types

Become an American Trucking Associations member and access tools and resources needed to make informed decisions. Expand your network through a federation of other trucking groups, industry-related conferences, and its 50 affiliated state trucking associations.

ATA represents more than 37,000 members including every type of motor carrier in the United States.
 

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For-Hire Motor Carriers

A company transporting goods for compensation.

As an ATA Member, your company, from executive management to operations, safety, security and human resources managers, will have access to the tools and resources needed to make informed decisions for your business.

Included membership in the ATA conferences. Stay up to date on regulations and legislation.

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Private Carriers

A company hauling goods whose primary business activity is not transportation service.

You haul your own freight, and it's imperative that your fleet runs as cost-effectively as possible. An ATA membership provides you with the tools and resources needed to make informed decisions for your fleet.

Included membership in the Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference.

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Allied Companies

A non-carrier company that market goods or services to the trucking industry. 

As a supplier to the industry, you provide valuable products and services to the trucking industry and ATA works to connect you to a critical marketplace. ATA members are dedicated to operating the safest, most responsible and profitable companies in the business. 

Membership Includes: 

  • Networking Events 
  • Exhibition opportunities to meet potential customers 
  • Membership in the ATA Conferences 

Benefits from the use of the ATA logo, and a listing in ATA Allied Directory, enabled further reach on your products and services.

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Shippers

A company without a fleet, that is not an industry specific supplier and does not have a motor carrier division(s) within its corporate structure. 

As a Shipper who hires motor carriers to haul your products, it's imperative that you stay informed of industry developments. An ATA membership provides you with the tools and resources needed to make informed decisions for your business. 

Included membership in the Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference. Shippers membership receive updates on cross border issues for those doing business in Canada and Mexico. 

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Council Memberships 

Through ATA Councils, individuals have access to industry-wide knowledge, recommended practices and the latest in technical innovation to help improve their companies’ efficiency and bottom-line performance.

Conference Membership

ATA conferences are specialized groups that represent distinct areas of the trucking industry that have their own unique legislative and regulatory needs.