EROAD is delighted to announce that it has joined the Californian Trucking Association (CTA) as an Executive Circle Club Partner.

The California Trucking Association promotes leadership in the California motor carrier industry, advocates sound transportation policies to all levels of government, and works to maintain a safe, environmentally responsible and efficient California transportation goods movement system. It has been serving the commercial motor carrier industry in California, and the companies that provide products and services to those companies, for 81 years.

Based in Tualatin, OR, EROAD provides motor carriers with a government-approved electronic Weight Mile Tax (WMT) solution and a comprehensive range of compliance and commercial services.

In March 2016, the California Department of Transportation selected EROAD as the sole technology provider in the heavy vehicle category for the California Road Charge Pilot Program.

“We’re very pleased to be a member of the California Trucking Association and look forward to supporting the association and the California motor carrier industry,” says Steven Newman, CEO of EROAD.

Shawn Yadon, CEO of the California Trucking Association, says: “The California Trucking Association is pleased to welcome EROAD Inc. as our new Executive Circle Club Partner.

For further information about EROAD contact:
Steven Newman
Chief Executive Officer
EROAD Limited
DDI: +64 (0)9 927 4713

For more information about the California Trucking Association, visit: or call (916) 373 3500.

EROAD is a leading transport technology and services company, headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, with offices in Portland, Oregon, and Melbourne, Australia. EROAD’s in-vehicle technology and global electronic platform provides heavy transport operators with automated solutions to manage and pay road user charges, to meet regulatory and compliance obligations, and to provide a range of commercial services.

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EROAD joins California Trucking Assoc’s Executive Circle Club

by | May 6, 2016 |

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