Bill Graves speaking at the 2015 MCE. Photo: Evan Lockridge

Bill Graves speaking at the 2015 MCE. Photo: Evan Lockridge

The American Trucking Associations has opened registration for its 2016 ATA Management Conference & Exhibition, to be held form Oct. 1-4, in Las Vega at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

MCE attendees will hear from industry experts and trucking executives on topics ranging from electronic logging devices and the future of truck safety, to federal regulations and safety benchmarking.

“This event is the preeminent, must-see industry conferences each year, and because it is geared towards high-level executives, MCE brings extensive value to each attendee,” said Pat Thomas, ATA chairman and senior vice president of state government affairs at UPS.

The conference features an exhibit hall showcasing the latest products from industry suppliers, policy committee meetings and education sessions on trending transportation topics. There will be several educational sessions and the opportunity to network with other industry leaders.

Also, ATA president and CEO Bill Graves will give his final “State of the Industry” address, during which he will look back on time as the head of the association..

“Our agenda is dedicated to helping you find the answers you need to run your company safely, efficiently and profitably,” said Graves. “MCE will deliver a one-of-a-kind opportunity to share common experiences, concerns and solutions with colleagues from across the country.”

To register for ATA MCE, click here.