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About New Hampshire
The trucking industry is the backbone of the American economy, ensuring the safe and efficient transport of all types of consumer goods all over the country. American truckers deliver billions of tons of cargo every day, and New Hampshire trucking companies play an essential role in the distribution network of the New England region.
The New Hampshire Motor Transport Association (NHMTA) is a member-driven organization focused on protecting New Hampshire trucking companies from unfair regulations and legislation, preserving acceptable wages and tax rates, and providing valuable training, programs, and resources to improve the safety and efficiency of the New Hampshire trucking industry.
History of the NHMTA
First established in 1931, the NHMTA came together as the New Hampshire Truck Owners’ Association, establishing their first headquarters in the Eagle Hotel in Concord directly across the street from the State Capitol building. The original New Hampshire Truck Owners’ Association was born of necessity during the height of the Great Depression.
The trucking industry at the time, despite proving its value to the American economy during World War I, faced significant challenges on several fronts. The railroad companies, which had commanded the lion’s share of transportation contracts throughout the country for many years, started flexing the power of their legislative influence against the truck drivers who they perceived as a threat to their economic power.
This was not an inaccurate characterization as the trucking industry had expanded beyond simply delivering railroad companies’ goods locally and started delivering between states, covering routes the railroads couldn’t reach. The NHMTA succeeded in preserving the interests of the New Hampshire trucking industry, allowing it flourish for many years to come.
The NHMTA Today
The original mission of the NHMTA established nearly 100 years ago remains intact today, and the modern NHMTA continues to promote and protect the interests of the New Hampshire trucking industry and their members all over the state. Members include private and for-hire trucking companies, independent owner-operators, and allied businesses that support the trucking industry in various ways.