WASHINGTON TRUCKING ASSOCIATIONS

The voice of Washington’s trucking community since 1922

Who We Are

We are supported by member companies who range in size from small, single truck operators, from small, single truck operators to Fortune 500 companies, as well as, the businesses that provide them with products and services. Our members play a key role in deciding what issues we focus on and allow us to keep doing what we do best – helping to make Washington a great state to own and operate a business.

What We Do

No matter if you’re an intermodal company, truckload or LTL carrier, tank truck, log truck, dump truck, private carrier, Household Goods Movers, or supplier/service provider to the industry, WTA has a place for you!

WASHINGTON TRUCKING ASSOCIATIONS

The voice of Washington’s trucking community since 1922

Who We Are

We are supported by member companies who range in size from small, single truck operators, from small, single truck operators to Fortune 500 companies, as well as, the businesses that provide them with products and services. Our members play a key role in deciding what issues we focus on and allow us to keep doing what we do best – helping to make Washington a great state to own and operate a business.

What We Do

No matter if you’re an intermodal company, truckload or LTL carrier, tank truck, log truck, dump truck, private carrier, Household Goods Movers, or supplier/service provider to the industry, WTA has a place for you!

MEET OUR CHAIRMAN

Chairman’s Message

The trucking industry has gone to heroic lengths to keep the economy moving and consumers supplied with the goods they need. While we are working at unprecedented high volumes, we are doing nothing different than what the industry does every day, showing up and bringing the goods. In Washington, 80% of communities rely solely on trucks to deliver their goods. Trucks are responsible for moving roughly 70% of freight on our highways. Trucking is proud to be a safe and service-oriented industry, serving our customers, our communities, and the nation’s supply chain.

MEET OUR CHAIRMAN

Chairman’s Message

The trucking industry has gone to heroic lengths to keep the economy moving and consumers supplied with the goods they need. While we are working at unprecedented high volumes, we are doing nothing different than what the industry does every day, showing up and bringing the goods. In Washington, 80% of communities rely solely on trucks to deliver their goods. Trucks are responsible for moving roughly 70% of freight on our highways. Trucking is proud to be a safe and service-oriented industry, serving our customers, our communities, and the nation’s supply chain.

Safety Management

Safety professionals frequently wear many hats. Driver safety education, human resource manager, and records management, just to name a few.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAFETY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

Safety Management

Safety professionals frequently wear many hats. Driver safety education, human resource manager, and records management, just to name a few.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAFETY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Board Members at Large

Board Members at Large

The Trucking Foundation of Washington

The Trucking Foundation of Washington (TFWA) was established to fund education and research projects for the Washington trucking industry. The Foundation is a non-profit educational, public relations, research and community service organization governed by a Board. The mission of this all-volunteer organization is to work with WTA member companies to fund educational and community service programs to enhance the understanding of and image of the Washington trucking industry, with the goal of positioning trucking as the most vital and necessary industry in Washington.

SEE THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Trucking Foundation of Washington

The Trucking Foundation of Washington (TFWA) was established to fund education and research projects for the Washington trucking industry. The Foundation is a non-profit educational, public relations, research and community service organization governed by a Board. The mission of this all-volunteer organization is to work with WTA member companies to fund educational and community service programs to enhance the understanding of and image of the Washington trucking industry, with the goal of positioning trucking as the most vital and necessary industry in Washington.

SEE THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Staff

Staff

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