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NEWELCOME, ALLIED MEMBERS


ARROW TRUCK SALES Strafford, Mo. 417.865.8300 www.arrowtruck.com Sells used class 3–8 trucks with in-house financing


CENTENNIAL BANK Little Rock, Ark. 501.603.3849 www.my100bank.com Offers financial consulting, financial management, financial services, expert consulting and banking


W ATA MEMBERS! Together, We Are the Power of Association


We welcome the following new members. Each new member adds to the Arkansas trucking industry’s collective strength to promote, protect and serve with a unified voice.


WWW.TAX2290.COM/THINK TRADE INC. Brentwood, Tenn. 866.245.4249 866-245-3918 www.tax2290.com Provides e-file service for IRS tax form 2290


SUBROGATION DIVISION, INC. Spanish Fork, Utah 801.794.6244 www.subrodiv.com Offers trucking subrogation and first party damage recovery for trucking partners


For membership information, visit arkansastrucking.com


Boja


NEWS IN BRIEF, Continued from page 16


regulations “protect the health and safety of Arkansans while expand- ing access to affordable, high-quality healthcare.”


ATA ANNOUNCES $950,000 DIVIDEND FROM WORKERS’ COMPENSATION FUND The Arkansas Trucking Association


Self-Insurers’ Fund has declared a $950,000 dividend to its 47 trucking companies enrolled in the workers’ compensation insurance trust, bring- ing the total amount distributed from the fund to over $23.4 million since its creation in 1993, and over $8.7 million paid since 2010. Employees of trucking companies


that enrolled in the insurance group are 18


covered to pay the workers’ compensa- tion claims for employees injured on the job. Since 1993, the trucking insurance fund has paid out almost $44 million to injured workers. “Our member companies deserve to


be rewarded for excellent performance,” said Shannon Newton, the association’s president. “When small businesses come together for mutual benefit, it makes us all more self-sustaining and financially stable.” Dividends can be declared by the


fund’s board of trustees after injury claims and other expenses are paid, and distribution is subject to approval by the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission.


ATA BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTS NEW MEMBERS The Arkansas Trucking Association held elections for three new members


Tewari


for the Board of the Directors at its annual conference in Little Rock, Ark. May 18–20.


New board of


directors members include Martin Tewari, USA Truck; Jeff Loggins, Loggins Logistics, Inc.; and Carl Boja,


TravelCenters of America. Tewari, president of trucking at


USA Truck, replaced Tom Glaser, former president at USA Truck, in one of the at- large seats on the Board. Loggins, the


Loggins


president and CEO of Loggins Logistics, Inc. was appointed to one of the Arkansas Trucking Association Board of Directors


for-hire positions, previously held by Gary Salisbury of FTL Transport. The Board also


includes two allied positions to repre- sent members of the association who provide supplies, equipment or other


services to the industry. TravelCenters of America’s Boja was elected to the allied seat previously held by Philip Mahoney of Great West Casualty Company. Butch Rice, president and CEO


of Stallion Transportation Group, will continue to serve as chairman for 2016- 2017.


ATA LAUNCHES NEW COUNCIL FOR ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE PROFESSIONALS The Arkansas Trucking Association


formed the Accounting & Finance Council for accounting and finance professionals at its annual meeting in Little Rock, May 18–20. The ATA-AFC will promote cooper-


ative efforts among member companies of the ATA to increase education and research of taxation, finance, account- ing, collection, risk management and


Issue 3 2016 | ARKANSAS TRUCKING REPORT


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