Our highly trained staff can help members with their NSM application by walking them through the process, reviewing the overall application and even troubleshooting on site with the member! The CTEA can send someone directly to the member and help reduce the hassle of application process.
The biggest benefit found is a highly trained staff and network at your disposal that can be used as an extension of your own staff! The CTEA wants the best for its members and tries hard to provide it through member benefit programs, technical programs and those are just to name a few.
Whether to grow your business network or to take in the informative sessions, no matter how you look at it attending the 2014 Annual Manufacturers’ Conference in Edmonton AB is an investment in your business that will have a great ROI!
The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association works with small medium and even large business through programs and services that are tailored to enhance its members manufacturing capabilities. The Association manages to do so by helping members understand and comply with legislated requirements, e.g.: vehicle weights & dimensions, the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and many other compliance issues. In addition CTEA has developed partnerships with service providers that can assist with HR issues and employee benefit programs.
The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association just celebrated 50 years of serving the commercial vehicle manufacturers, their dealers, distributors, component manufacturers and service providers in the Canadian marketplace; along with it’s over 520 active members!
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What We Do
With our current membership at over 500, the association is able to effectively lobby all levels of government on the industry’s behalf and bring together stakeholders to participate in generic cooperative testing and many other mutually beneficial activities.