ATA launches ATA Business Solutions

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The American Trucking Associations announced today, Sept. 3, the launch of ATA Business Solutions, a line of information products, business tools, services, training programs and conferences specifically designed to address the critical issues affecting trucking-related companies.

“We are bringing together some of the top minds in the industry to tackle the most pressing business issues, such as fuel efficiency, state taxes, driver safety training, security and much more,” says Bill Graves, ATA president and chief executive officer. “ATA Business Solutions are another valuable ATA service designed to help make trucking-related companies more profitable and efficient in today’s difficult economic times.”

ATA says ATA Business Solutions are developed and approved by top trucking-industry professionals, and they are tailored to all segments of the industry, from large fleets, to owner-operators, to companies whose business depends on trucks to deliver their goods.

Initially, ATA Business Solutions will focus on the following areas:

  • Accounting, Tax, Finance and Risk;
  • Safety;
  • Technology and Maintenance (TMC);
  • Fuel Economy/Efficiency;
  • Economics;
  • Security and Loss Prevention; and
  • Information Technology and Logistics.
  • A few of the ATA Business Solutions being launched include:

  • ATA Safety on Demand, a Web-based system designed to help companies provide critical driver safety training anytime, anywhere there is an Internet connection;
  • ATA Online State Tax Guide, an up-to-date trucking-specific state tax guide available for all of the 48 contiguous states; and
  • ATA Fuel Crisis Survival Kit, designed to provide trucking-related companies with a comprehensive approach to reducing fuel consumption and costs.
  • In addition, ATA Business Solutions will include the complete line of the industry-standard ATA Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) products and services, as well as ATA’s industry economics reports.

    “No other organization has greater trucking-related expertise on its staff and in its membership than ATA,” Graves says. “Through ATA Business Solutions, we have created an opportunity to leverage this unique capability to help members and others in the trucking industry. We see this as another strong service, along with our advocacy, outreach and legal efforts.”

    For more information about ATA Business Solutions, call 866-729-3932 or go to www.atabusinesssolutions.com.

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