IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT TMC’s 2020 FALL MEETING & NATIONAL TECHNICIAN SKILLS COMPETITIONS
With the support of TMC’s Board of Directors, ATA/TMC are announcing that they are moving the Council’s 2020 Fall Meeting to a virtual event format. The meeting will take place online September 14-17. Unfortunately, the National Technician Skills Competitions (TMCSuperTech) and National Student Technician Competition (TMCFutureTech) will have to be cancelled for 2020.
We do not make this decision lightly, but based on member input regarding the current COVID-19 crisis — and especially the “ramp-up” that is anticipated as the nation’s economy begins returning to normal operations in the coming months — TMC believes this action is necessary. Registration for TMC’s 2020 Fall Meeting will open May 25, 2020.
While the technician competitions are cancelled for 2020, please note that TMC and ATA do plan to launch the first National Technician Appreciation Week, September 21-25, the week following TMC’s 2020 Fall Meeting. More information on this will be made available in the coming weeks.
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For more than 60 years, TMC’s member-driven Recommended Maintenance and Engineering Practices have been setting the standards that help trucking companies specify and maintain their fleets more effectively. TMC’s industry best practices also provide guidance to manufacturers in the design of their equipment.
TMC has grown into an organization of more than 2,300 members with representatives from virtually every sector of the industry, including fleets, owner/operators, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, educators, press, association representatives and technicians.
If you want to be connected to what’s going on in the industry, this is the place to be. There’s extraordinary opportunity to work with people and the meetings discuss things important to the industry.
At TMC (our company) is able to gain the expertise and the knowledge and apply it with our fleet, our team, our drivers, and our laborers. The knowledge and the group talk here at TMC is something we wanted to be a part of.