DALLAS — Omnitracs, a provider of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, has pledged $25,000 in support of Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT), a non-profit organization that educates, equips, empowers and mobilizes members of the transportation and travel plaza industry to combat human trafficking.
In an effort to bring more visibility to the mission of Truckers Against Trafficking, Kylla Lanier, deputy director and co-founder, will be speaking during the general session of Omnitracs Outlook Tuesday.
In addition to the presentation, Outlook attendees will also receive CDs and cab cards with more information about the organization, their efforts and how they can get involved.
“As members of the transportation industry, we have a responsibility to drive the change that will provide more safety and security on the roads,” said Ray Greer, chief executive officer at Omnitracs. “The programs offered through this organization give us an opportunity to bring more awareness, education and training to such an important cause.”
“As we continue to work alongside law enforcement to disrupt trafficking networks and aid in the recovery of victims, it’s important to continue educating the driving community,” Lanier said. “The partnership between TAT and Omnitracs will significantly contribute to the number of trained individuals along our nation’s highways, and we are excited to be working with a leader in the transportation industry.”
To learn more, please visit https://truckersagainsttrafficking.org.
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Omnitracs joins the fight against human traffickingComment
Wow! That’s a great initiative of bringing more visibility to the mission of Truckers Against Trafficking. Best wishes to Omnitracs to carry forward it smoothly and effectively