Transcourt Inc. is a proud member and supporter of the following organizations:
AMTA is a province-wide, not-for-profit Association formed to provide a voice for the highway transportation industry in Alberta.
BCTA is a province-wide, non-partisan, non-profit association formed solely to advance the interests of BC motor carriers. Founded in 1913, BCTA includes among its members for-hire and private carriers hauling every conceivable type of freight.
CFLA represents the asset-based financing, equipment and vehicle leasing industry in Canada. This industry is the largest provider of debt financing in this country after the traditional lenders (banks and credit unions).
CIPMA has been the voice of Canada’s small and medium-sized fuel marketers since 1996, advocating on members’ behalf with all levels of government; helping them to be competitive, sustainable and efficient in an ever-changing market and regulatory climate.
CPA has over 350 members. It’s a national voice of the Canadian propane industry, a multi-billion dollar industry that impacts the livelihood of tens of thousands of Canadians.
NTTC has represented the interests of the tank truck industry since its founding in 1945 in Washington, D.C. Then, as now, safety was the key element of the organization’s mission statement. NTTC’s mission is to champion safety and success in the tank truck community and the people we serve.
Transcourt has been in partnership with Ontario Trucking Association for the past decade. Together, we help to deliver the goods.
TTC is a non-profit organization founded to provide members with the opportunity to interact professionally and socially with other transportation industry insiders, professionals and leaders.
PSAS is The Petroleum Services Association of Canada is the national trade association representing the service, supply and manufacturing sectors within the upstream petroleum industry. PSAC member companies represent over 80 per cent of the business volume generated in the petroleum services industry.
NORA is a trade association representing over 395 leading companies in the liquid recycling industry. NORA’s primary mission is fighting the hazardous waste designation of used oil and aided in the development of the EPA’s used oil management standards.
STA is the voice of truck transport in Saskatchewan, the STA is a not-for-profit trade association promoting the betterment of truck transport. Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, the STA’s membership represents about 75% of the rolling stock in the province. STA membership benefits both individual members and the trucking industry at large.
MTA The Manitoba Trucking Association exists to develop and maintain a safe and healthy business environment for its industry members and has been doing so since 1932. We are, first and foremost, an advocacy group working on behalf of the trucking industry. The Manitoba Trucking Association is the voice of the trucking industry in Manitoba. We are comprised of Carrier members and Associated Trades members. We have over 250 member companies that represent over 10,000 employees.
APTA objective is to promote the trucking industry in Atlantic Canada through the lobbying of issues affecting the industry and the development of services and products for members that enhance their role in the trucking industry. The object is pursued through government and public liaison, and operations. For over 50 years, the APTA has joined together both small and large carriers, goods and service suppliers who have an interest in pursuing this objective.
ACQ the Quebec Trucking Association has 60 years of experience in the service of the road haulage industry. Over 500 member companies spread between public and private carriers and suppliers of products and services to industry. A fleet of 19,700 tractors and straight trucks , including 15,650 in 4,050 and owned by subcontracting. Faced with the entire trucking industry, the Quebec Trucking Association represents 75% of the owners of fleets of five or more vehicles.
The Traffic Club of Montreal which was founded in 1926 was Montreal first transportation association. The club’s mission has been to increase connectivity in business through industry events which foster relationships and increases economic growth within the supply chain industry.