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ILTA is the Voice for the Terminal Industry

The International Liquid Terminals Association is the only trade association focusing exclusively on the liquid terminal industry.

ILTA represents companies and partnerships that operate terminals worldwide. Products handled by our members include crude oil, petroleum products, asphalt, ethanol, bio-diesel, vegetable oils, molasses, fertilizers, and various chemicals. 

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Advocacy

ILTA serves as the leading trade association and advocate for the terminal industry in Washington D.C., identifying legislation and proposed regulations that impact the industry and educating key decision makers on relevant policy matters.

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Members

Members of ILTA consist of a diverse range of companies, each playing a crucial role in the intricate supply chain network of bulk liquids.

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Committees/Events

By hosting webinars and in-person conferences and supporting a variety of committees and groups, ILTA provides its members with exclusive benefits and opportunities to network, connect and learn from one another.

 

ILTA members span the globe. With operations in all 50 U.S. states and in 43 countries, ILTA members span the globe and are a critical link in the transportation system for liquid commodities.

Terminal Members

ILTA terminal members play a crucial role in national and international economies by facilitating the transfer of liquid products between different modes of transportation. Terminal facilities are located at ocean and lake ports and along rivers, canals, and pipelines.

Supplier Members

ILTA supplier members provide a variety of equipment and services to liquid terminals and tank storage facilities. The equipment and services that suppliers offer are invaluable to the maintenance of terminal operations and to the efficient, economical, and safe distribution of liquid commodities throughout the world.