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Become a Member of OTA – The Trusted Voice in Transportation


The Ohio Trucking Association is a 100-year-old full-service trade association operating in Columbus, Ohio. With over 815 total members in the trucking, logistics, warehousing and moving industries, our promise to members is simple: the Ohio Trucking Association will work to improve operational efficiency, profitability, and relevancy for all of Ohio’s transportation industry. Advocacy, professional development, networking, and cost savings initiatives are the keys to carrying out this promise to our members. No matter what the cause, our industry is stronger when operating as one. We encourage you to explore more about becoming involved with the Ohio Trucking Association.

Whether you have one truck or a large fleet, OTA members become part of a powerful, united voice representing a driving force for Ohio’s economy. There is strength in numbers, and joining the OTA makes you part of a dynamic professional network that actively interacts and participates with others in the transportation industry.

In addition to representation at the Statehouse on the industry’s interests, the OTA has a wide array of discounts and membership services to help you keep the logistics of your business on track and running smoothly.


"Cowen Truck Line is grateful to the Ohio Trucking Association for the many opportunities it provides to improve the safety and health of our company through the many training options offered by the OTA. In the past several years, the options for training have grown exponentially. Cowen Truck Line has participated in the Ohio Trucking Safety Council, Emerge OTA, Periodic Inspection Training, and Drug and Alcohol Training just to name a few. The OTA does an excellent job of programming and scheduling in ways that make participation easy. Booking top notch trainers and speakers and offering very affordable training encourage participation. At Cowen Truck Line, the OTA training programs are one of the best benefits of membership in the OTA."

Anne Cowen, Cowen Truck Line

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