Manufacturers (NATM) has been dedicated to improving trailer safety and performance for more than 30 years. The Association represents manufacturers that produce light- and medium-duty trailers and suppliers of products and services to the industry.

NATM seeks to promote awareness of safety and provide a voice for trailer manufacturers and their suppliers when issues of trailer safety and regulation are considered by Congress and relevant government agencies. Founded in 1987, the Association has grown to represent more than 900 companies.


California Association of Hostage Negotiators

As an associate member of the California Association of Hostage Negotiators, we provide equipment and services to negotiation teams and participate in Association meetings and functions of CAHN.


National Truck Equipment Association

Established in 1964, the Association represents approximately 1,600 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks, truck bodies, truck equipment, trailers and accessories. Buyers of work trucks and the major commercial truck chassis manufacturers also belong to the NTEA. The Association provides in-depth technical information, education, and member programs and services.


Fleet Pros

The Rocky Mountain Fleet Management Association (RMFMA) has changed its name to Fleet Professional Association (Fleet Pros) and released a new logo. The group’s Board of Directors announced the new branding and logo at Fleetcon 2016, which took place Sept. 12-15 in Frisco, Texas. Fleet Pros is a 40-year-old non-profit fleet industry association that supports fleet professionals through education, networking, and resources.

The change reflects the group’s desire to move to the national level while maintaining the power of its regional chapters. It has already reached beyond the Rocky Mountain states and continues its upward growth, according to the group. Current chapters are located in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Texas, and Utah.

“The job wasn’t to change who we are; changing the name of RMFMA to Fleet Professional Association (Fleet Pros) will not change the core of our mission, either in our chapters or association-wide, but instead strengthen our position on the importance of education for all professionals currently, or soon to be, in the fleet industry,” said Shawna Laird, RMFMA’s business manager. “The focus is to keep the elements of RMFMA that our members have honored for the last 40 years and make a bold, modern expression of our future.”

The board and marketing committee did comprehensive research to determine how best to create the new look. The new logo features a road leading upward, representing fleet members moving forward in their operations and careers.