About GTA

Established in 2010 as an affiliate division of NTEA, the Association for the Work Truck Industry, Green Truck Association (GTA) is a voice for companies moving forward to create vocational trucks and products with a focus on sustainability. In recognition of the growing interest and demand for fuel-saving products within the work truck industry, GTA fosters the progression of green work trucks through:

  • Showcasing member companies’ truck and technology developments
  • Serving as the resource for legislative, regulatory and funding initiatives relevant to clean vehicles
  • Supplying relevant market data and technical resources
  • Sharing timely news on green truck products and initiatives
  • Educating its members on green commercial vehicle design technology evaluation and selection using a systematic approach such as the Hierarchy of Application.

Also, GTA staff are “in the field” throughout the year, serving as industry resources and thought leaders.

Mission Statement
The mission of GTA is to improve the efficiency and productivity of work trucks through the development and deployment of strategies to reduce diesel and gasoline consumption and the associated environmental impacts.

Technology Councils
A number of specific green truck technology segments operate under GTA umbrella to build awareness and increase knowledge of:

  • Sustainable integration
  • Lightweight materials
  • Vehicle electrification

Visit the Technology Councils section to learn more.

GTA’s affairs are governed by a Board of Governors elected by GTA membership. The Board of Governors is responsible for setting policy and developing strategy for the organization; it also plays an active role in developing programs and services.

About the NTEA
Since 1964, NTEA has been the leading association for the work truck industry, dedicated to supporting companies that build the world’s work trucks.

The Association serves as the hub for all segments of the industry, offering expert knowledge, technical support, strategic resources and business opportunities. The Association boasts a membership of more than 2.050 chassis manufacturers, body and equipment manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, related industry firms and end users.

Contact us  for more information.