The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association was organized in 1928. As part of a national integrated network of trucking associations and affiliates, they identify the key issues that impact the trucking industry and fight to preserve and strengthen the trucking industry and its jobs in each of the 67 counties and 2,567 municipalities in Pennsylvania, and with our elected officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. They also provide an array of tangible business services to their members, delivering education and awareness programs, up-to-the-minute industry news and trends, and money saving services.
Founded in 1914, the NJMTA is a non-profit trade association that has more than 1000 members. Most of their members operate truck fleets. Some of these fleets belong to large enterprises headquartered out of state, but most are among the more than 20,000 family-owned and corporate trucking businesses based in New Jersey. Allied members belong to businesses that supply the trucking community, such as providers of trucks, tires, fuel and a vast array of services.
MMTA is a non-profit, member-driven trade organization that has been serving Maryland’s commercial trucking industry since 1935. MMTA is one of the largest trucking associations in the country, representing 1,000 member companies. Through the collective strength of its members, MMTA has developed effective programs that keep its members’ operating costs down, influence legislative and regulatory decisions in Annapolis and Washington, and keep the members up to date on the many regulations affecting commercial motor transportation.
The New York State Motor Truck Association (NYSMTA) is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of the motor truck industry. With over 800 member companies, NYSMTA is one of the top trucking associations in the country.
Since 1933, American Trucking Associations has been the leading advocate for the trucking industry.
Through a strong federation of state associations, affiliated conferences and individual members, ATA is committed to developing and advocating innovative, research-based policies that promote highway safety, security, environmental sustainability and profitability.
ATA works to educate policymakers and the general public about the essential role trucking plays in the economy, promote responsible policies to improve highway safety and advance the industry’s environmental goals.
Founded in 1962, KTA exists to ensure that the public and policy makers have a complete understanding of the trucking industry and the issues that affect them. The Kentucky Trucking Association is a trade association representing the interests of, and serving as the voice for, Kentucky’s trucking industry. The association is highly visible in its efforts to encourage legislation and regulations that are fair and equitable to the trucking industry and to the public. KTA is governed by a 30 member Board of Directors and led by a 9 member Executive Committee and is also an affiliate of the American Trucking Association.
The PCI Mid-Atlantic Chapter is a trusted regional trade association, top business partner, and leading voice for the precast, prestressed concrete industry that promotes the growth, profitability, and positive perception of the Mid-Atlantic market. By building awareness of precast benefits and use, supporting member success, and educating professionals in construction, design, and academia, we aim to make precast, prestressed concrete building and transportation products an early structural and enclosure choice for new projects.
The Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SC&RA) is an international trade association of more than 1,400 members from 46 nations. Our members are involved in specialized transportation, machinery moving and erecting, industrial maintenance, millwrighting and crane and rigging operations, manufacturing and rental.
The Northern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to enhance the business community of Northern Lancaster County and surrounding areas through economic, civil, cultural, social and educational programs. Founded in 1922, today’s Northern Lancaster Chamber represents 300+ members. This vibrant, active membership benefits from services and events that involve business, community and government.
For more than 60 years, TMC’s member-driven Recommended Maintenance and Engineering Practices have been setting the standards that help trucking companies specify and maintain their fleets more effectively. TMC’s industry best practices also provide guidance to manufacturers in the design of their equipment. TMC has grown into an organization of more than 2,300 members with representatives from virtually every sector of the industry, including fleets, owner/operators, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, educators, press, association representatives and technicians.
We are a nonprofit organization that has been supporting the employee ownership community since 1981. Our mission is to help employee ownership thrive. We have over 3,000 members because we help people make smart decisions about employee ownership, with everything from reliable information on technical issues to inspiration to help companies reach the full potential of employee ownership.
Forty years ago, automotive service technicians who worked on mobile cooling systems needed a central place they could access for unbiased information. In answer to that need, the MACS Mobile Air Climate Systems Association was founded in 1981. Early on, our founder Elvis Hoffpauir, along with other technician trainers, traveled around the country hosting service training sessions. Their goal was to bring information and training from the OEMs to auto technicians and mechanics, so they could better serve their customers.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) is a nonprofit association comprised of local, state, provincial, territorial and federal commercial motor vehicle safety officials and industry representatives. The Alliance aims to achieve uniformity, compatibility and reciprocity of commercial motor vehicle inspections and enforcement by certified inspectors dedicated to driver and vehicle safety.
NATMI exists to improve the performance and productivity of the professionals directly responsible for effective fleet and driver performance – risk managers, safety and security directors, maintenance managers, and commercial driver trainers. NATMI’s training and certification programs are outcome-focused and utilize rigorous instructional design standards. “Outcome-focused” means that the process, structure, and content of the programs are focused on the desired outcomes that our professional development programs should bring.
We are dedicated to discovering, gathering and preserving materials and data relative to the community known as the Cocalico Valley. All items in the museum collection were either made in the Cocalico Valley or were used by and/or owned by people living in the area. The Cocalico Valley encompasses ten municipalities in Northern Lancaster County — the Boroughs of Adamstown, Akron, Denver, and Ephrata and the Townships of East and West Cocalico, Clay, Ephrata, West Earl, and a portion of Earl.
American Made Matters® is an organization made of over 375 member and sponsor companies. Our members are manufacturers who represent various industries from apparel and toys to steel fabrication and cleaning supplies. Sponsors include American made retailers, patriotic organizations and local businesses who understand that American made truly matters.