Community & Industry Involvement
Giving Back & Paying It Forward
Bay Logistics team members believe in assisting our community and promoting our industry. We partner and participate with the following organizations:
The West Michigan Transportation Club is made up of members who are united by the common bond and devotion to build closer relationships between people in all modes of transportation and related fields of business. WMTC provides a forum which promotes fellowship and social interaction through various activities throughout the year. Jon Swart, Director of Operations at Bay Logistics, is a current board member. Go to www.wmtclub.com for more information.
The Transportation Club of Detroit is a non-profit corporation. Prior to 1984 it was known as the Traffic Club of Detroit. In 1984, the Traffic Club of Detroit and the Motor City Traffic Club of Detroit merged to form the current Transportation Club of Detroit. The purpose for which the TCD was organized is to promote and encourage the highest standards of education and technical competence among the members of the transportation industry. The corporation is financed through gifts, grants, membership dues and any contributions of funds or property. Check out their website at www.transportationclubofdetroit.com.
Since 1960, the West Michigan World Trade Association (WMWTA) has been
dedicated to maintaining West Michigan’s competitive edge in the global marketplace.
It is a non-profit organization which provides networking for trade executives, education on industry specific topics, and mentorship for young or aspiring importers and exporters. Visit their website at www.wmwta.org.
The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce is the premier business membership organization on the Lake Michigan lakeshore representing approximately 1,150 businesses and organizations. Chamber members are as diverse as the community itself. They represent businesses of all sizes and industries, and viewpoints from every position on the political spectrum. To become a member visit www.muskegon.org.
The mission of Michigan Trucking Association (MTA) is to serve the interests of the trucking industry; enhance the industry’s image, efficiency, productivity and competitiveness; promote highway safety; provide educational programs; and work for a healthy business environment. As a statewide, full-service trade association, Michigan Trucking Association has promoted the interests of Michigan motors carriers since 1934. Please visit their website at: www.mitrucking.org.
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) provides you and your organization with the education, research, connections, and professional growth you need to meet the demands of a constantly changing marketplace. Founded in 1963, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) is the preeminent worldwide professional association dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of research and knowledge on supply chain management. To learn more please visit www.cscmp.org.
Warehousing Education and Research Council is the only professional association focused exclusively on distribution and warehouse management and its role in the supply chain. Its mission is to provide leadership in the warehousing/distribution field in its evolving role in the supply chain, to advance the art and science of warehousing management, and to enhance individual development. Additional information can be found at: www.werc.org.
Detroit Regional Chamber is the voice for business in the 11-county Southeast Michigan Region, the Chamber’s mission is carried out by creating a business-friendly climate and providing value for members. The Chamber also executes the statewide automotive and mobility cluster association, MICHauto, and hosts the nationally recognized Mackinac Policy Conference. Additionally, the Chamber leads the most comprehensive education and talent strategy in the state. To learn more please visit www.detroitchamber.com.
National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association, Inc. is uniquely positioned as an all-industry trade association, that represents the interests of every segment of the Frozen and Refrigerated Foods industry. To learn more please visit www.nfraweb.org.
West Michigan Food Processing Association seeks to connect West Michigan’s Food Processing Industry from “farm to table” by taking a holistic approach to link farmers, food processors, state and local government, and economic development officials with the resources, infrastructure, new markets, and educational institutions that are able to train the current and future workforce. To learn more please visit www.westmichfoodprocessingassn.com.