MAXIMIZE YOUR VISIBILITY.

NETWORK WITH KEY DECISION MAKERS.

ENHANCE YOUR VALUE.

BUILD STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIPS

Sponsor and Exhibit at the 2018 NDTA Fall Exposition

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2018 Fall Meeting Sponsor and Exhibitor Prospectus
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Frequently Asked Questions 
2018 NDTA Expo Hall Rules and Regulations
Exhibitor Service Kit

Make plans to join us in Washington, DC October 22 – 25 for the 2018 NDTA Fall Exposition.  This is the only venue focused directly on networking with top level government and industry decision makers in transportation, logistics, distribution, passenger services, and related industries.

Develop and Strengthen Your Brand

Establish industry positioning.  Demonstrate your latest equipment, products and services.

Gain a Competitive Edge

Participation as a sponsor and exhibitor illustrates your company’s products and services are aligned with the vision and objectives of NDTA and its members.

Interact with Decision Makers and Key Influencers

With more than 1,300 projected attendees from the military and government as well as industry, the NDTA Fall Exposition provides opportunities to develop new business leads while enhancing existing relationships, enabling you to provide the ideas and solutions needed to address ongoing challenges to our nation’s defense.  Build and strengthen relationships with top and mid-level managers in industry and military and government.  Interact with your military and government customers, including the commanders and leaders of those organizations.  Troubleshoot with other key players.

The NDTA Fall Exposition provides a cost-effective way to meet face-to-face with the influencers and decision makers who are critical to meeting your goals, while at the same time reinforcing your company image with representatives from a wide array of industries, including: airlines, rail-roads, motor carriers, ocean shippers, transportation consultants, cyber security, security, travel and hospitality, express companies, technology, household goods carriers, labor unions, port authorities, and 3PLs.

Sponsorship Program

There are two tiers of sponsorship, the Chairman’s Tier and the President’s Tier.  The Chairman’s Tier offers two package options, Platinum and Gold. The President’s Tier also offers two package options, Silver and Bronze.  Three (3) of the four package options include an exhibit benefit, and all four include full registrations.

“Our experience with NDTA, as an exhibitor and sponsor, has been a massive value to our company. Schuyler Line’s exposure to industry and government has grown our network and allowed us to expand our growing business. It has been a true partnership and we look forward to maintaining our relationship with NDTA in the coming years.”
Brian Houst
Schuyler Line Navigation Company LLC

“Being a sponsor and exhibitor at the NDTA Fall Meeting has been invaluable to Landstar. It provides an excellent forum for us to demonstrate our commitment to the DOD and showcase the full range of services and value we provide. It is also offers an outstanding opportunity to strengthen current customer/partner relationships and build new ones.”
Michael J. Cashner
Vice President, Government Services
Landstar Transportation Logistics Inc.

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