Urbana, IA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
US Cargo Control, a company specializing in supplies for the professional moving industry, will be attending the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) annual Education Conference & Expo in San Diego, CA.
AMSA represents over 4,000 members, including interstate and international moving companies and storage companies, industry suppliers, and state associations. The event, held February 9-12, is a chance for members to attend educational sessions, meet fellow members, and view products and demonstrations at the expo.
US Cargo Control became a member of AMSA earlier this year; this is the first year company representatives will be attending the event. Sarah Fare, VP of Business Development for the company, says involvement in the association is enabling her team to gain insight into business trends, new product offerings, and how customers can best be served in the moving industry.
“Membership in AMSA is really helping us see a bigger picture of the needs within the moving industry,” said Fare. “We’re especially looking forward to the annual conference and meeting with other members to learn what we can do to ensure we’re assisting companies throughout the country with their moving equipment needs.”
About US Cargo Control
US Cargo Control is a leader in cargo control industry, specializing in lifting slings, cargo control, rigging equipment and moving supplies. Focused on offering quality products, timely delivery, and an excellent customer experience, customers can purchase products on the company’s website, USCargoControl.com or by phone at 866-444-9990.
About the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA)
Based in the Washington, D.C., area, the mission of AMSA is to represent the interest of the domestic and international moving and storage industry and to help the customers it serves. The organization represents more than 4,000 members, including interstate moving and storage companies, local movers, international movers plus industry suppliers and state association members. For more information, visit http://www.promover.org.