IANA has a singular purpose, to keep intermodal freight transportation constantly moving forward. To do so, the association needs the engagement of all facets of the diverse industry.
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IANA's membership of over 1,000 corporate members is broken down into voting and non-voting categories.
Voting membership — comprised of five divisions
- 3PL Division — companies that act as shipping intermediaries that arrange, purchase and sell intermodal freight shipments
- Marine Division — companies that provide freight transportation by water that has prior or subsequent movement by another transportation mode; also includes intermodal stacktrain transportation companies, port authorities and port terminal operators
- Motor Carrier Division — companies that provide truck transportation of freight that may or may not have a prior or subsequent movement by another mode of transportation
- Rail Division — companies that provide intermodal rail transportation and associated intermodal terminal services
- Supplier Division — companies that provide products or services other than transportation to any member of the association, covering a broad spectrum of service and product providers
Allows the inclusion of other organizations and individuals with influence and interest in intermodal transportation.
- Associate — limited to individual representatives from government and the military, associations, shippers/receivers, the academic community, students, media and other related organizations
WHAT VALUE DOES IANA OFFER?
Delivering Actionable Knowledge
Communications: Leverage a variety of information tools to help keep you abreast of what is happening in the industry, as well as to help advance your business needs.
Discounts: Enjoy reduced fees on all of IANA’s products, programs and services.
BUILDING A UNIFIED COMMUNITY
Mode Neutrality: Within the IANA family the only agenda is to further the intermodal industry’s role and impact on freight transportation. We provide a forum that considers all viewpoints and develops consensus solutions to common industry challenges and business processes.
Committees & Task Forces: Expand your knowledge of the industry’s most pressing issues and participate in the problem-solving process.
Scholarship Program: Help develop future intermodal leaders. Since its establishment in 2007, IANA has awarded over $3 million to universities to progress the education of the freight transportation industry’s next generation of leaders.
DRIVING INDUSTRY SUCCESS
Recommended Practices: Be involved in developing consensus around practices that will benefit the industry. Improve your company’s safety, operations and M&R practices through IANA committee recommendations.
Information Services: Explore IANA’s value-added services, including industry data and information delivery flows that facilitate business processes and enable transactions in the areas of environmental initiatives, risk management, safety and security.