Motor Freight Association Names New CCSB Board Member

February 21, 2008

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The National Motor Freight Traffic Association has announced that Erin N. Topper has been named to the Classification Commodity Standards Board.
She replaces Daniel E. Horning, who resigned after 30 years.
Topper had previously held the packaging consultant position as a staff member of the CCSB. She will continue as packaging consultant as well as board member.
Since joining NMFTA in 2005, Topper brings her expertise in NMFC packaging requirements and compliance. Her experience includes working for a participating national motor carrier, a packaging association, and in the capacity of package development for an automobile manufacturer.
The CCSB is an autonomous board made up of full-time employees of the NMFTA. The CCSB is responsible for investigating, considering and acting on classification matters, including proposals for amending the classification of commodities, commodity descriptions, classes, rules, packaging definitions, specifications and requirements, bills of lading, and any other provisions contained in the National Motor Freight Classification.

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