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Industry Organizations listings:
724-742-4470
AIM Global
Website: www.aimglobal.org
202-626-4000
Airlines for America
Website: www.airlines.org
202-857-8009
American Association of Exporters and Importers AAEI
Website: www.aaei.org
703-684-5700
American Association of Port Authorities
Website: www.aapa-ports.org
703-683-7410
American Moving and Storage Association AMSA
Website: www.moving.org
202-628-4500
American Short Line Railroad Association
Website: www.aslrra.org
703-838-1700
American Trucking Associations, Inc. ATA
Website: www.truckline.com
773-867-1777
APICS The Association for Operations Management
Website: apics.org
716-754-8824
CAN/AM Border Trade Alliance
Website: www.canambta.org
416-595-5333
Canadian Association of Importers & Exporters Inc.
Website: www.iecanada.com
416-234-5100
Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association Inc.
Website: www.ciffa.com
416-249-7401
Canadian Trucking Alliance
Website: cantruck.ca
416-363-5696
CITT
Website: www.citt.ca
508-481-2161
Coalition of New England Companies for Trade
Website: www.conect.org
732-817-9131
Containerization & Intermodal Institute
Website: www.containerization.org
518-761-0389
Council on Safe Transportation of Hazardous Articles COSTHA
Website: www.costha.com
202-289-4550
Dangerous Goods Advisory Council
Website: www.dgac.org
615-360-6863
Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity, Inc.
Website: www.deltanualpha.org
403-201-6401
Expediting Management Association, Inc.
Website: www.expedite.org
703-361-1058
Express Carriers Association
Website: www.expresscarriers.com
816.221.0254
Express Delivery and Logistics Association
Website: www.expressassociation.org
(613) 599-3283
Freight Management Association of Canada
Website: www.cita-acti.ca
703 373 4300
Global Cold Chain Alliance
Website: www.gcca.org
(618) 468-3010
Inland Rivers, Ports, & Terminals, Inc.
Website: www.irpt.net
Institute For Supply Management
Website: www.instituteforsupplymanagement.org

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