Organization

Through its partnership with organizations all over the World, Porteo Group Logistics has expanded its network coverage and improved its carrier, supplier, client relations: and can provide a higher standard while providing reliable logistics solutions tailored to your needs.

http://www.wcaworld.com/eng/home.asp

WCA is the world’s largest and most powerful network of independent freight forwarders, with over 6,197member offices in 189 countries around the world.

The combined logistics might of the WCA membership exceeds that even of the world’s largest multinational freight forwarders.

Dedicated entirely to providing world-beating benefits and networking opportunities to its members, WCA employs a full time staff of over 125 personnel based in eight member service and support offices around the world.

wca2TIA:
http://www.tianet.org/

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Transportation intermediaries or third party logistics companies (3PL) act as the facilitators to arrange the efficient and economical movement of goods. They serve tens of thousands of shippers and carriers, bringing together the transportation needs of the cargo interests with the corresponding capacity and special equipment offered by rail, motor, air, and ocean carriers. Transportation intermediaries play a key role in cross-border transportation by land, sea, and air.

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CSCMP:
https://cscmp.org/
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The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) provides you and your organization with the education, research, connections, and professional growth you need to meet the demands of a constantly changing marketplace.

WIT:
http://womenintrucking.org/
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Part of the mission of Women In Trucking is to address obstacles that might keep women from entering the industry. One of the first questions often asked is, “What are these obstacles?” While there are numerous things that might limit the number of women who consider careers in trucking, the most crucial one is about image. From the outside, we don’t appear to be very female focused.
Not only does the trucking industry have a very male dominated culture, we haven’t always reached out to women to invite them to join us. Look around you at any public event and then start asking the women there if they would like a job as a professional driver, mechanic, or safety director. The typical reaction is one of disbelief.

ATA
http://www.trucking.org/
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Since 1933, American Trucking Associations has been the leading advocate for the trucking industry.
Through a strong federation of state associations, affiliated conferences and individual members, ATA is committed to developing and advocating innovative, research-based policies that promote highway safety, security, environmental sustainability and profitability.
ATA’s professional staff works to educate policymakers and the general public about the essential role trucking plays in the economy, promote responsible policies to improve highway safety and advance the industry’s environmental goals.

ITA
http://www.iltrucking.org/itallinois Trucking Association is a non-profit, full-service trade association led by trucking companies to promote and protect the interests of the trucking industry in Illinois. Our federation includes 37,000 trucking companies in all 50 states.
ITA is dedicated to enhancing the effectiveness of its member companies by advocating sound public policies, providing excellence in education, training and information while promoting a safe, dependable and cost effective transportation system.
ITA is committed to articulating the concerns of the trucking industry to government, regulatory bodies and the general public. ITA further pledges to assist member companies in managing the impact of change in the trucking profession and to enhance the professional and economic growth of our members.

CANACINTRA
http://www.canacintrausa.us/

canacintraCanacintra was founded in 1941 to serve all types of businesses in Mexico. Canacintra is a non/ governmental and corporate entity.
MISSION
Expand the services and membership of Canacintra to the United States, represent and promote the interests of our partners and attract new member, with the intent to assist them with their competitiveness and business development.
VISION
To be a representative office widely recognized by its members for promoting business opportunities that strengthen the manufacturing sectors of both countries.
OBJECTIVE
Promote, facilitate and support the affiliated companies in Mexico and in the United States, to enter the foreign market base on custom tailored services.

AEM
https://www.aem-woodlands.org/

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Greater Houston Partnership
https://www.houston.org/

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The Partnership is a place for community-minded business leaders who want to be involved in Houston’s positive growth and influence the direction in which Houston is going. Through the dedicated efforts of our members, the Partnership addresses Houston’s unique challenges, and champions the growth and success of our region.
Since 1840, the Greater Houston Partnership has strived to make the region the best place to live, work and build a business. We serve over 1,200 member companies in the 11-county Houston region including Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker and Waller counties

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