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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Maintenance Council’s Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition

The American Trucking Associations announced the lineup for the first ever ATA Executive Leadership Forum at its Technology and Maintenance Council’s Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn., February 29.

“The ATA Executive Leadership Forum is an extraordinary opportunity for top level fleet executives to not only get the edge they need for their business, but to see and experience the latest in truck technology displayed at our annual TMC meeting,” said ATA President and CEO Bill Graves.

The ATA Executive Leadership Forum, co-hosted by Transport Topics and sponsored by National Fleet Services, a transportation consulting and compliance firm and ATA Featured Product provider, will bring together a series of panels on topics ranging from financing, dealing with brokers and truck safety to improving business processes, cloud computing and security.

“We are excited to be the corporate sponsor of the ATA Executive Leadership Forum at TMC,” said National Fleet Services President and CEO Matthew Bowels. “At National Fleet Services, it is our mission to facilitate the growth and prosperity of the trucking industry. Working with the ATA to bring industry leaders together to learn and share knowledge helps move trucking forward.”

Attendees will hear from executives at leading industry firms like Transplace, Marquette Transportation Finance, McLeod Software, Prime Inc., C.H. Robinson Worldwide, ABF Freight System and many more. For a full schedule, click here. Following the forum, attendees are invited to the grand opening of the TMC Exhibition, part of the TMC Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition, of which the Allied Committee for the Trucking Industry, also called ACT1, is a premier sponsor.

The ATA Executive Leadership Forum and the TMC Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition will take place February 29-March 3 in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit http://tmc.trucking.org.