When it comes to cargo control we talk the talk, but also walk the walk. Our commitment to you goes well beyond products and service. We are also proud members of numerous associations and organizations that share common values of safety, efficiency, awareness, and action. Through these memberships we are not only able to share our product solutions and industry knowledge, we are also able to learn and grow by staying up to date on regulations and best practices, as well as attending tradeshows and other industry events.
Year founded: 1998 | Headquarters: Alexandria, VirginiaAMSA's mission is to effectively represent and improve the moving and storage industry through effective advocacy and by building a respected, quality ProMover brand.
Year founded: 1955 | Headquarters: Moline, IllinoisThe American Rental Association (ARA) is the international trade association for owners of equipment rental operations and manufacturers and suppliers of rental equipment. The current membership includes more than 10,000 rental operations and more than 1,000 manufacturers and suppliers.
Year founded: 1975 | Headquarters: Novi, MichiganAWRF promotes interests common among companies manufacturing, fabricating, or distributing lifting, rigging, and load securement devices made of chain, rope, and synthetic products. The association works to establish, acquire, preserve, and disseminate various technical information and encourages the development of safety standards and programs, and product identification procedures.
Year founded: 1906 | Headquarters: Springfield, IllinoisWith 95% of all the licensed movers in Illinois as members, the IMAWA has a mission of helping you make a better move. It does this by aiding and educating its members on transportation, storage, and small business issues as well as working closely with regulatory agencies and other state and national moving associations to provide consistent consumer information about choosing reputable moving companies.
Year founded: 1942 | Headquarters: Des Moines, IowaThe IMTA represents Iowa's trucking industry and is recognized as a powerful and effective voice for the trucking industry at the State Capitol. They work to educate Iowans and lawmakers on the issues and impact that the trucking industry has on the state and the country.
Year founded: 1950s | Headquarters: Dysart, IowaThe MHA’s mission is to provide a forum for discussion, education, networking, and advocacy for flatbeds, step-deck, drop deck, and lowboy motor carriers that specialize in the transportation of machinery and machinery-related commodities throughout the US and Canada.
Year founded: 1932 | Headquarters: Brooklyn Center, MinnesotaThe MTA serves as a voice for the trucking industry with more than 675 member companies. It seeks to promote a positive image of the trucking industry, encourage safe and responsible transport of essential goods, and create an economic and political environment that allows for fair competition.
Year founded: 1995 | Headquarters: Watertown, South DakotaNATE is a non-profit trade association providing a unified voice for tower erection, maintenance, and service companies. They formulate, adhere, educate, inform, and train on uniform standards of safety to ensure the continued well-being of tower personnel.
Year founded: 1987 | Headquarters: Topeka, KansasThe NATM's mission is to promote trailer safety and the success of the trailer manufacturing indsutry through education and advocacy. The association represents manufacturers that produce light and medium-duty trailers and suppliers of products and services to these manufacturers.
Year founded: 1940 | Headquarters: Lincoln, NebraskaThe NTA serves as a forum for industry leaders to work together in order to guide industry policy, legislation, and best practices. In addition to telling the story of trucking’s importance to policy-makers, the media, and the public, this organization provides access to a network of experts on every aspect of trucking.
Year founded: 1947 | Headquarters: Centreville, VirginiaThe SC&RA is committed to advocate, educate, and provide networking opportunities to support the industry in operating safely, legally, and profitably around the world. They help members run more efficient and safer businesses and have members in 46 nations across the world.
Year founded: 1973 | Headquarters: Forest Hill, MarylandThe WSTDA is the largest non-profit, technical organization dedicated to the safe operation of all snythetic web slings and tie downs. Comprised mostly of sling and tie down manufacturers, WSTDA membership also includes fiber suppliers, weavers, testing companies, government enforcement agencies, and other interested parties from countring around the world.