TIA Offices Closed on Columbus Day
TIA offices will be closed on Monday, October 12, 2015, in observance of Columbus Day. Applications, orders, and inquires submitted during this time will be processed when the office reopens at 8:30 a.m. EDT Tuesday, October 13, 2015.

SaferWatch and PostEverywhere Added to TIA Advantage Program

TIA is proud to announce additions to our Advantage Program, a set of exclusive discounts saving our members money and providing access to quality services. These new programs help brokers and 3PLs simplify the process of qualifying carriers and posting loads, by offering discounts on Grizella’s SaferWatch™ and PostEverywhere®.
Click here for the Carrier Qualification section of our Advantage Program.
Click here for the Load Board section of our Advantage Program.

TIA's Chairman of the Board's Guest Column in the Wall Street Journal's Logistics Report

TIA's Chairman of the Board, Jeff Tucker has written a guest column for the Wall Street Journal titled, "Technology Provides Opportunity, Not Disruption to Freight Brokers." Tucker goes into the depth of knowledge needed to thrive in logistics and how, "Freight brokers are the most voracious consumers of new technologies in industrial transportation."
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S. 1454, the Transportation and Logistics Hiring Reform Act

On Thursday, May 21st, Senator Deb Fischer (R-NE) and Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO) introduced S. 1454, the "Transportation and Logistics Hiring Reform Act", which would enhance interstate commerce by creating a national hiring standard for motor carriers. The bill serves as a vital reform measure on addressing the confusing and conflicting vagaries created by the CSA scores within the marketplace. 

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MAP-21 Double Brokering

Are carriers continuing to double broker your loads? Are they flipping a load, convenience sub-hauling, helping a friend in need? These are other ways of saying, that a carrier is illegally brokering freight under MAP-21.
Report illegal brokering

H.R. 1120, the National Hiring Standard

The national hiring standard would clarify and standardize industry best practices for hiring safe motor carriers. Currently, industry stakeholders are often asked to second-guess the FMCSA on determining which carriers are safe to operate and those that are not. The national hiring standard would remove the confusing and conflicting vagaries of the BASIC data as it relates to the negligent selection of a carrier.
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Make Sure you Know Your DOT # - MC Numbers Going Away Webinar

Are you prepared for the upcoming changes at FMCSA that will change the way you do business?  Join the TIA Government Affairs team at 2:00 pm ET on October 14 to learn why you need to update your information within the Unified Registration System.

Exhibit at the TIA 2016 Capital Ideas Conference 

The only meeting for third-party logistics providers, it is a once-a-year opportunity to interact with the best 3PLs throughout North America and abroad.