NACM Gulf States is proud to host the Transportation Revenue Management Group (TRMG) ~ 2017 Spring Conference 3 day event held from April 23 - 25, 2017. NACMGS is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to protecting the rights of business credit grantors to obtain historical, factual information customer payment history in order to prevent fraud and assure sound business financial health. NACMGS facilitates the legal exchange of trade payment histories and provides a safe, monitored environment for transportation credit and financial professionals to share knowledge between peers and industry experts, enhancing each member representative's access to the tools & resources to make the best possible selling decision for their company.
Primary members of the TRMG must be companies in the freight transportation industry with a membership in the National Air Express & Cargo Group, the National Motor Carriers Group, the National Rail Transportation Group, the National Lessors & Fuel Group or the National Transportation Group.
Associate membership is open to any individual or company supplying products or services to the trucking/transportation industry in the areas of credit, collections and/or revenue management which is willing to subscribe to and abide by the Bylaws and any other rules & regulations of the TRMG. The company must be a member of the National Association of Credit Management (through NACM Gulf States or any NACM affiliate) and must otherwise be in compliance with the Bylaws of the Group.
Contact: Becky Showers, CGA • 281.228.6100
National Association of Credit Management Gulf States (NACMGS) was created when NACM of South Texas & NACM of Louisiana merged together in the fall of 2012. Their newly merged and larger association now serves the South Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi membership, resulting in better information, networking and service for member companies. NACM Gulf States is one of the premier affiliates in the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) family of affiliates. Formed to prevent fraud in business transactions over a century ago.