In an effort to provide the best relationship possible with our customers and a comfortable, professional and welcoming working environment for our drivers, Cargo Transporters, Inc has adopted the Voluntary Guide to Good Business Relations for Shippers, Receivers, Carriers and Drivers published by the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and the National Industrial Transportation League (NITL).
“We want to always strive to improve the working relationship with our customers and our drivers. To expedite the movement of freight and equipment, to always follow safe operational practices, foster a culture of honesty, fairness and openness and provide safe and efficient transportation services,” says John Pope, Chairman. “This voluntary guide was produced jointly working with both carriers and shippers to achieve a optimum relationship for all involved. We are proud to be able to say that we already comply with all the suggestions the two groups recommended,” says Pope.
Truckload Carriers Association is the only national trade association whose collective sole focus is the truckload segment of the motor carrier industry. The association represents dry van, refrigerated, flatbed, and intermodal container carriers operating the 48 contiguous states, as well as Alaska, Mexico, and Canada. Representing operators of more than 200,000 trucks, which collectively produce annual revenue of more than $20 billion, TCA is an organization tailored to the specific truckload carrier needs.
More info is available at www.truckload.org
Founded in 1907, The National Industrial Transportation League is the nation’s oldest and largest freight transportation organization, representing over 500 member companies. NITL’s members are responsible for making freight transportation decisions using all modes in both the United States and internationally.
More info is available at www.nitl.org
Copies of the Voluntary guide are available by clicking below.