The League is comprised of seven committees that help chart the course for the association and the industry.
Air Transportation Committee
The Air Transportation Committee monitors and makes recommendations on issues pertaining to air transportation of both cargo and passengers.
The Audit Committee oversees the League’s yearly audits as well as the accuracy of its general accounting records. It also monitors the League’s general financial needs.
The Education Committee is responsible for developing seminars, conferences, and other education and training opportunities.
Highway Transportation Committee
The Highway Transportation Committee monitors and makes recommendations on issues pertaining to highway transportation including small shipments and postal issues. To read more about the Highway Transportation Committee, click here.
Highway Committee Chairman:
Tucker Company Worldwide, Inc.
(856)-317-9600 ext. 122
Information Technology Advancement Committee
The Information Technology Advancement Committee monitors and makes recommendations on issues pertaining to computers and computer applications for transportation and distribution. Its responsibilities include interacting with the private and public sector on standards for data communication and information exchange as well as providing assistance to the membership on these matters.
Ocean Transportation Committee
The Ocean Transportation Committee monitors and makes recommendations on matters pertaining to import and export transportation by water. Its responsibilities include rates, agreements, equipment, facilities, and port terminal fees, as well as the inland portion of any international shipments moving under a single factor rate, service, or agreement. To read more about the Ocean Transportation Committee, click here.
Ocean Committee Chairman:
Railroad Transportation Committee
The Railroad Transportation Committee monitors and makes recommendations on issues pertaining to cargo moved by rail. Its responsibilities include rates and related matters, classification, facilities, mergers and consolidations, equipment supply, demurrage and storage, accessorial services, and safety. To read more about the Railroad Transportation Committee, click here.
Railroad Committee Chairman:
Frank De Castro
Solvay Chemicals, Inc.