Heil Trailer International affiliates with and supports numerous trucking industry organizations. Through engagement and leadership, Heil Trailer advocates safety, productivity, innovation and ensures the trucking industry has a strong voice in matters affecting transportation and manufacturing.
The Pennsylvania Petroleum Association is a not-for-profit trade association representing independent petroleum marketers at both the wholesale and retail levels and firms supplying petroleum products as well as other related services. PPA provides invaluable services and represents the independent marketer's interests in Pennsylvania and nationally.
The Petroleum & Convenience Marketers of Alabama serves its member companies by promoting a favorable business environment through advocacy, education and services. The association is a nonprofit trade association serving over 350 petroleum marketers and convenience store operators across the state of Alabama. The association has member companies owning, operating and/or supplying more than 4,000 convenience stores in Alabama.
The Tennessee Fuel & Convenience Store Association currently represents more than 300 member companies, including wholesalers, retailers, truck stops, heating oil businesses, lubricant distributors and bulk storage facilities, as well as the many companies that supply products and services to these businesses. In recent years, the organization has become the driving force behind a number of public safety campaigns. The association has also been on the forefront of environmental efforts to clean up leaking petroleum storage tanks and properly dispose of used oil and tires.
Nebraska Trucking Association is the provider of effective information, services and advocacy to Nebraska trucking companies and affiliated businesses. Nebraska Trucking Association delivers the essential knowledge, contacts, services, political representation and partnerships that help their members continue to deliver the goods to Nebraska communities and throughout North America.
The Minnesota Petroleum Marketers Association was formed in 1923 to provide services to the petroleum marketer, to help them at all levels of government, and to support fellow marketers. The Association has four main emphases — education, regulatory analysis and programs to help with compliance, legislative and regulatory monitoring, and services for the members.
The Michigan Petroleum Association (MPA) has been serving the state's independent petroleum marketers since 1934. MPA was incorporated by a group of petroleum distributors who believed that by promoting a cooperative spirit and encouraging group effort, marketers across the state could best achieve their common goals.
The Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association conducts various programs and activities to further the interests of TTMA member companies and the truck trailer industry. TTMA provides a means of cooperating with the various agencies of the Federal Government in any appropriate manner which will best serve both the public and the members’ interests.
The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association was created as the Canadian Truck Body Equipment Association (CTBEA) in 1963 in London, Ontario. The Association’s responses lead to the development of programs and services to help their members.
National Tank Truck Carriers 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.
The Pacific Oil Conference is an engaging, thought-provoking three-day event offering multiple ways to network with others in the industry, attend valuable education sessions from business professionals and meet with vendors offering products and services.
The Western Petroleum Marketers Association (WPMA) is a regional trade association of petroleum marketers. WPMA is made up of seven separate state associations, including Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Washington. Each state administers state programs under the direction of the State Board of Directors. These duties include lobbying state legislatures, representation before state government agencies, membership services, and state convention management.