October 2-8, 2022
To recognize the outstanding professional technicians that keep the trucking industry rolling, American Trucking Associations (ATA) in a conjoined effort with ATA’s Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) announced the third annual National Technician Appreciation Week (NTAW) will be held October 2-8, directly following TMC’s 2022 Fall Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition in Cleveland.
The purpose of the week is to provide an opportunity to celebrate the hard work and commitment of the professional technicians of the trucking industry. Across America, professional technicians play one of the most demanding and important roles in trucking. This week is will not only acknowledge the extraordinary efforts of these dedicated professionals, but also help attract prospective talent to one of the most in-demand careers in the trucking industry.
Professional technicians are the people that keep trucks moving. To recognize these important men and women, NTAW highlights one of the most demanding and challenging roles in the transportation industry. NTAW will provide an opportunity to celebrate the hard work and commitment of professional technicians. Professional technicians perform one of the most demanding and critical roles in trucking. Considering things like uptime, fuel economy and overall vehicle performance, maintenance technicians are a vital part of a fleet’s overall safety. This week will not only acknowledge the extraordinary efforts of these dedicated professionals, but also help attract prospective talent to one of the most in-demand careers in the industry.
TMC would like to invite you in helping us celebrate our professional technicians! Help us spread the word by sharing our official hi-res NTAW logo! Click here to access the logos.
"We are very excited to launch the third annual National Technician Appreciation Week, highlighting the professional technicians that are so indispensable to the industry,” said TMC Executive Director Robert Braswell. “Technicians are part of the backbone of the trucking industry. Without them, making sure vehicles are ready for service and in safe condition, drivers can't make the deliveries we rely on. This is the perfect time for our industry and the general public to show their appreciation and say, ‘thank you’ to these important individuals and the valuable work they do.”