Tired of trying to make short-term decisions (let alone long-term plans) in an uncertain regulatory environment? Wish you had a voice—better yet, a seat at the table—in discussions with lawmakers, agency officials, and leaders in the freight transportation and logistics industries?
Since 1907, the National Industrial Transportation League has served as the “voice of the shipper” on Capitol Hill, in statehouses, and in regulatory proceedings. NITL serves as a forum for shippers to discuss their common interests and connects shippers with carriers, third-party logistics professionals, and other stakeholders in the freight transportation industry.
How can NITL membership benefit you and your company? Read what our members have to share about why they joined the League—and, perhaps more importantly, why they’ve stayed.
“We joined NITL to be able to address issues important to our member companies and their customers, through an organization that has significant clout, resources, and experience dealing with regulatory authorities and congressional committees involving transportation-related matters.”
Director – Green Coffee Association
“Our company is a member of NITL because we gain early insights into regulatory changes in transportation. The League provides effective lobbying in Washington on transportation regulatory issues.”
Vice President, Transportation Operations – Armada
“My company is a member of NITL to stay current on legislative issues and market conditions that impact our business, to have a strong voice in Washington, D.C., to gain access to key members of Congress, and to learn and share best practices within the transportation field. NITL brings unparalleled networking opportunities and seminars and webinars that help me think differently about the way I work.”
Strategic Relationship and Category Manager – The Chemours Company
“If you make or distribute products in North America, and you’re responsible for transportation, it’s critical to be an NITL member. It’s an outstanding venue for learning, networking, and improving your organization’s supply chain.”
CEO -Tucker Company Worldwide