Partners

ALAN is able to provide humanitarian relief in disaster zones thanks to the support of its partnerships with key industry groups.

 

Association Members

 

  • AFFI – American Frozen Food Institute
  • APICS – Association for Operations Management
  • ATA – American Trucking Associations
  • CSCMP – Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
  • Feeding America – formerly Second Harvest
  • FMI – Food Marketing Institute
  • FSA – Food Shippers of America
  • GCCA – Global Cold Chain Alliance
  • GMA – Grocery Manufacturers Association
  • Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics
  • IAM – International Association of Movers
  • IARW – International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses
  • IRTA – International Refrigerated Transportation Association
  • IWLA – International Warehouse Logistics Association
  • MHEDA – Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association
  • MHI – MHI
  • NASSTRAC – National Shipper’s Strategic Transportation Council
  • SSCF – Sustainable Supply Chain Foundation
  • SWA – Southeastern Warehouse Association
  • TIA – Transportation Intermediaries Association
  • TMSA – Transportation Marketing & Sales Association
  • TWA – Texas Warehouse Association
  • WERC – Warehousing Education and Research Council
  • WIT – Women in Trucking Association
  • WFLO – World Food Logistics Organization

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOADs)

 

We work closely with the NVOAD Mass Care Committee, which includes a number of well-known relief organizations: the American Red Cross, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, Feeding America, the Salvation Army and Adventist Community Services. Learn more about NVOAD and its members.

Technology Partners

 

Media Friends

 

 

Other Partners

 

Visit our Industry Resources page for information about other organizations ALAN works closely with and helpful humanitarian aid links. And check out the growing list of ALAN sponsors who are helping to support our relief efforts.

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