TIA News

Association in Action

Interim CEO Doug Clark gives a comprehensive overview of TIA staff updates and event schedules for the remainder of 2020.

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Who’s Packing Your Parachute?

TIA has evolved and grown into the voice of the transportation industry through the involvement and commitment of time and energy by staff and the Executive Committee. Bob Voltmann was an integral part of that growth. We wish him well in his new endeavors.

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Goodbye

After more than 20 years at the helm, TIA President and CEO Robert Voltmann reflects back on the association's growth and its impact on the 3PL industry.

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3PLs and the Entrepreneurial Spirit

If you didn't have a business continuity plan before March, I am sure you have one now. As the economy lumbers back to life, let's use this time to diversify our customer bases, invest in your employees and keep those continuity plans honed. You are the American entrepreneurial heroes. Make this time of struggle count!

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Sustainability: the Ability to Forge Ahead in a Crisis

Moving into month two of the COVID-19 pandemic, the sustainability of our industry has never been more apparent, revealing the important roles 3PLs have in adapting new technology and adopting new approaches that enable our motor carriers and shippers to stay the course and hold on. That is sustainability.

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TIA Delivers Podcast

The TIA Delivers Podcast series offers updates and information curated specifically for 3PLs, including interviews with industry leaders, government officials and TIA members on the issues that potentially affect your business.

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It’s April

The 2020’s called for a new approach, with new challenges requiring new initiatives, and a new vision for where the industry will be when we look back in 2030.

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A Bright Future

With 3PLs in a position to take a healthy lead in controlling freight decisions, opportunities will abound for helping shippers answer the question, "how do you reduce costs to remain profitable?"

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