Become a Member
For-hire tank truck carrier member companies whose primary revenue derives from delivering products for others. Carrier members have full voting rights and governance privileges.
Private fleet operators, jobbers, and distributor companies whose primary revenue does not derive from delivering products for others. Associate members do not have voting rights orgovernance privileges.
Various supplier and vendor companies who sell products and services to the companies that operate tank trucks. Associate members do not have voting rights or governance privileges.


 Only NTTC focuses on the issues unique to the tank truck industry. Today more than ever, it’s important to become involved. With new security-related regulations, a change in Congress, the new HM213 test & inspection requirements, rising insurance costs, and driver retention challenges, membership involvement is vital to strengthen our industry’s voice in Washington.


Gain a powerful voice in Washington.

Our organization’s effectiveness lies in the strength of its membership.  You help develop NTTC positions on important issues and we'll carry those positions to your representatives in Washington, D.C.


Get timely answers to your most vital tank truck concerns.


NTTC provides information and assistance to members that they simply can’t get anywhere else.  Membership gives you “one-on-one” access to NTTC’s professional staff should you have any questions or need specific information.


Network and expand your management skills.

NTTC’s meetings and seminars give you an unparalleled opportunity to meet with your fellow tank truck decision-makers, interact with suppliers of goods and services to the industry, and refine your management skills.  For listing of upcoming events,click here.


Get up to speed on safety and environmental compliance.

Safety is critical to all tank truck operations and the needs of bulk carriers are incredibly unique.  In addition to special bulletins, the NTTC conducts safety and tank cleaning conferences each spring, takes to the road for fall regional safety meetings, and honors carriers whose safety management programs produce exemplary results in the Annual NTTC Safety Contest.