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Short for the National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council, NASSTRAC is THE shippers association for transportation and logistics professionals who manage freight across all modes.
We began in 1952 and today, NASSTRAC represents freight decision-makers who are mid- to upper-level management across many industries, from manufacturers and retailers to wholesalers and distributors throughout the U.S. Many industries are represented, including food and beverage, consumer goods, retail, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and industrial products.
Whether you manage freight moving via truckload, LTL, parcel, rail, ocean or air, you'll find value in belonging to NASSTRAC. Membership offers resources to meet these challenges head on: rising costs of transportation, regulatory issues, legislative decisions, securing adequate capacity for shipments, senior management education and more.
There’s no reason NOT to join NASSTRAC.
Our mission is to be the leading provider of advocacy, education, connections, and solutions to transportation and logistics management professionals who manage freight across all modes. As a member, you'll find primary value in three ways:
Education. Through our annual shippers conference, regional meetings, and online events throughout the year, you'll remain productive, improve your skills, and increase your knowledge of transportation trends and challenges.
Advocacy. NASSTRAC is a leader in opposing unwise or excessively burdensome regulation that will negatively impact your transportation or supply chain operations. As a member of NASSTRAC, you'll collectively communicate shipper concerns with greater impact and at a lower cost than if each shipper member acted alone.
Provider Relations. In a marketplace tight on capacity, you'll build effective and long-term business relationships with carriers of all modes (truckload, LTL, parcel, rail, ocean or air).
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