Membership Meeting Summary, October 13 via Zoom

Guest Presentations The MMTA invited Harold Sumerford, from J&M Tank Lines based in Birmingham, Alabama to provide the membership with real life implications of cyber security in the trucking industry. This company, along with the transportation industry as a whole, is among the top 10 industries that are targeted with cyber attacks due to relatively […]

Maine DEP proposes adoption of CA “Advanced Clean Trucks” program

October 7, 2021 – Today, the Maine Board of Environmental Protection decided to pursue routine technical rulemaking to adopt California’s Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) program as part of Maine’s Climate Action Plan.  The reasoning behind the adoption is to prioritize greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions strategies for sectors that contribute to the formation of ozone, GHG […]

MMTA seeks congressional support on fight against vaccine mandate

In a letter to Maine’s congressional delegates, MMTA stressed the importance of recognizing the negative impact of the vaccine mandate on the supply chain in Maine and beyond. Earlier this month, President Biden announced his 100-or-more employee COVID-19 vaccine mandate and tasked OSHA with drafting an enforcement rule to exert emergency vaccine compliance authority over […]