At ZTR, we build relationships with organizations that share our values, are progressive in their various industries and recognize and promote disruption and new ways of thinking.

Those include:



Association of Equipment Managers (AEMP)

“AEMP is the premier organization serving those who manage and maintain heavy equipment. AEMP helps you attain the contacts, knowledge, career development and personal growth needed for success. Membership will help you operate at peak performance and make lasting contributions to your organization’s growth. In short, be your best.”




Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

The AEM is advancing equipment manufacturers in the global marketplace. The organization’s passion is to not only see businesses succeed, but to “…create a community where we, as an industry, can make positive and lasting change.” AEM is 900+ members strong and growing, representing 200+ product lines.



American Rental Association

“The American Rental Association (ARA) is the international non-profit trade association for equipment rental businesses and manufacturers and suppliers of rental equipment. Their members are located in every US state, every Canadian province and more than 30 countries worldwide. Founded in 1955, ARA is the world's leading source for information and research, business resources, education, risk management, government affairs, networking and marketplace opportunities for the equipment rental industry. ARA supports industry success and growth through products, services, events and administration of affiliated organizations.”



Association of American Railroads (AAR)

“America's freight railroads operate the safest, most efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally sound freight transportation system in the world — and the Association of American Railroads (AAR) is committed to keeping it that way. Founded in 1934, AAR is the world's leading railroad policy, research, standard setting, and technology organization that focuses on the safety and productivity of the US freight rail industry. AAR members include the major freight railroads in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as Amtrak. AAR Railroad Affiliate and Associate Members include non-Class 1 and commuter railroads, rail supply companies, engineering firms, signal and communications firms, and rail car owners.”



American Short Line and Rail Association (ASLRRA)

“Founded in 1913, ASLRRA proudly represents the entrepreneurial owners and operators of short line and regional railroads throughout North America. These approximately 550 small businesses play a vital role in the hub-and-spoke transportation network, often providing the first-mile/last-mile connection between farmers and manufacturers and the ultimate consumer.”

European Rental Association (ERA)

The key mission of ERA is to promote the rental concept in order to facilitate the continued growth of a sustainable and professional rental industry in Europe.  To achieve this goal, ERA acts as the representative association of the equipment rental sector at the European level, complementing the activities undertaken by national rental associations locally.

International Power Access Federation (IPAF)

IPAF promotes the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide in the widest sense – through providing technical advice and information; through influencing and interpreting legislation and standards; and through safety initiatives and training programs. IPAF is a not-for-profit organization owned by its members, which include manufacturers, rental companies, distributors, contractors, and users. 



Railway Supply Institute (RSI)

“The North American railroad system comprises more than 1.5 million railcars drawn by more than 25,000 locomotives over more than 170,000 miles of rail. Every piece of this intricate puzzle was shaped and put into place by railroad suppliers for their railroad partners. We depend on our railroads to move most of our freight efficiently and our railroads depend on the railway supply industry. They act on behalf of suppliers to North American freight and passenger railroads and their 150,000 employees.”


Mexican Association of Railroads (AMF)

The Mexican Association of Railroads (AMF) is made up of companies that provide products and services to rail freight, passenger and suppliers. Our efforts and partnership are mainly focused on developing and promoting the competitiveness of Mexico rail networks. Among our objectives are to promote and protect the railway activity throughout the national territory and promote measures for their development, promote coordination with the different sectors of industry to strengthen the sector, promote and participate in studies and research in all states in order to solve the problems facing the economy of each entity and to be organized for consultation and cooperation of the State for the design and implementation of rail transport policy.



London (Ontario) Chamber of Commerce

“The London Chamber of Commerce is a politically independent, membership based, volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to lead and serve the London, Ontario business community. They work hard on behalf of members, offering insightful and meaningful policy contributions, leading initiatives that positively influence London's social and economic landscape.”



“TechAlliance offers services to help start, grow and connect companies in many industries including digital media, life sciences, advanced manufacturing, and clean technology. These services include access to valuable expertise, seed funding, educational programs and workshops, industry-specific events, and a comprehensive membership program.”