2020 Annual Meeting

2020 Annual Meeting

The 2020 Annual Meeting is open for registration!

The 2020 ITA Annual Meeting will be brought to you by a virtual platform September 23 – 25, 2020. A combination of Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Teams Live will be utilized to present the meeting content.

Please click here to register.

The content (including, but not limited to, slides, charts, video-clips, etc.) presented at Industrial Truck Association’s Virtual Annual Meeting is proprietary and presented solely for the benefit of meeting attendees. The conference content should not be disseminated or re-transmitted in any way (e.g. electronically, via audio tape, etc.) to the public or third parties.


Updated ITA priority actions items we are focused on during the COVID-19 outbreak.


COVID-19 State and Local Policy Dashboard can be found here.

As more states, counties and cities continue to impose restrictive work conditions it is critical for our industry to be identified as essential employees. As noted in the attached letter – material handling industry/forklifts move virtually everything (medical supplies, food, beverage, etc.) that our country is now in dire need.

Please see here our essential critical infrastructure workers support letter that was distributed Friday, March 20 to the:

  • National Governors Association
  • National Association of Counties
  • S. Conference of Mayors
  • National League of Cities.


The US Department of Homeland Security, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

CISA has issued a Memorandum on Identification of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers During COVID – 19 Response. This guidance document was updated on Friday, April 17, 2020 and provides additional clarification on critical manufacturing, dealers, repair, replacement parts distribution, rental and service facilities. The updated memo can be found here.

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) can be found here.

CDC Released New Additional Facility Guidance

The CDC and OSHA have jointly released comprehensive interim manufacturing-specific guidance that details the steps companies need to take to protect their workforce, you can read the new guidance here.


National Governors Association (NGA) has compiled an excellent web page with numerous resources that can be found here.


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