CEA Welcomes National Tank Truck Carriers, Inc. as Newest Affiliate Member
Since 1945, National Tank Truck Carriers, Inc. has successfully represented their members before Congress and various federal agencies such as Department of Transportation, Department of Homeland Security, Environmental Protection Agency, and others. Today, NTTC is comprised of more than 200 trucking companies – representing over 80% of bulk volume hauled in North America – and about 300 associate members who supply products and essential services to our trucking membership. The National Tank Truck Carriers, Inc. (NTTC) represents the most specialized segment of the trucking industry. The NTTC is the only international trade association focused exclusively on such unique legislative, regulatory, and operational concerns.
“As a member-driven, issues-oriented tank truck association that provides Legislative & Regulatory expertise, the NTTC looks forward to working with CEA on energy policy issues at the state and national level. Our members rely on sound energy legislation and regulation that positively affects production, distribution and supply of motor fuels at the retail level. By working together, we hope to make energy policy a top priority in the minds of our elected officials. We look forward to working with CEA in an effort to create sound energy policies that impact everyone in a positive way,” said NTTC President John Conley.
“Consumer Energy Alliance is pleased to work closely with the NTTC on energy issues at a regional and national level,” said CEA Executive Vice-President Andrew Browning. “One of CEA’s primary functions is to provide a place where producers and consumers of energy can come together in order to discuss the merits of a balanced energy policy. NTTC accomplishes this by providing a voice for its member organization on energy issues that affect members of the tank trucking industry. CEA looks forward to working closely with NTTC to provide its members with credible energy information and learning first-hand some of the concerns their members have about federal and state energy policies.”