4 -7 May, 2014
The Hague, The Netherlands
Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel
The 2014 ATA Annual Conference will allow the ATA membership to come together to conduct business, hear guest speakers present on topics and issues related to the animal transportation industry, have break out meetings and reports, share ideas and best practices, network, and communicate with fellow transportation professionals.
ATA Member Awards
Do you know an ATA member that stands out in the animal transportation industry that would be a great recipient of an award? Click on the link provide to view more information regarding the awards and to submit a nominee.
In case Your Missed It! How to Get the Most Out of Your ATA Membership Webcast Series
Using the Services Forum to Find New Business Webinar will be available for viewing on the ATA website in cased you missed the live webinar. The webinar will be posted shortly.
Do you need help shipping animals?
The ATA can help you. You may submit a request for information or services, search our directory to find the right service provider, or contact the ATA about options for shipping animals. Our members are ready to help.
Thank you to our sponsors
April 23rd Webinar
Improvements achieved for animals by transport organizations cooperating instead of closing doors.
Lesley Moffat will present about her company Eyes on Animals, which is an NGO based out of the Netherlands that inspects, advises and trains, all parties that have a duty of care towards farm animals. She will discuss the different ways in which they inspect transporters and loaders and present how improvements in animal transportation can be achieved by organizations working with Eyes on Animals.
In-case You Missed It!
February 21st Andreas Kaufmann presented a webinar on CITES Non-Air-Transport Guidelines. In case you were not able to attend the webinar, you can now view it on our website under the Member Only tab at the top or you can click on the link provided below. If you have not signed into your profile you will need to do so to view the webinar. A special thanks to Mr. Kaufmann for such a wonderful, informative presentation.