ATA makes improvements to website

Jason Cannon May 2, 2013

ATAThe American Trucking Associations (ATA) has rolled out an redesigned and updated trucking.org website as part of its ongoing effort to bolster its communications and image efforts.

“The new trucking.org cements ATA’s position as a leader in spreading the trucking industry’s message of essentiality, safety and sustainability,” says Bill Graves, ATA president and CEO. “A lot of work has gone into this overhaul and ATA’s members and staff can be proud of this cutting edge communications tool.”

The overhaul is the result of more than a year of work with Manassas, Va.-based designers Saforian to reimagine and reorganize the wealth of information ATA has to share into a more readily accessed package, the company says.

“Saforian had the privilege of working hand-in-hand with ATA on re-crafting the trucking.org website. We were met with enthusiasm and respect that continued throughout the entire project,” says Todd Rice, founding partner of Saforian. “We gained valuable insight in how ATA operated and defined metrics that mattered most to ATA’s members. The outcome was a compelling and well organized site. We look forward to a long term relationship with the organization.”


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