The National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. (NMFTA) is a nonprofit membership organization headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. Our members are primarily interstate motor carriers.read more
The National Motor Freight Classification® (NMFC®) is a standard that provides a comparison of commodities moving in commerce. NMFTA also produces ClassIT®, the online version of the NMFC®.read more
The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC), is a unique two-to-four-letter coding system used to identify transportation companies.read more
The Standard Point Location Code (SPLC), is a nine-digit numeric coding system designed to identify points in North America that originate and receive transportation with their geographic locations.read more
NOTICE – CCSB DOCKET 2015-2 ISSUED: Classification proposals that will be considered by the Commodity Classification Standards Board at its public meeting on June 2, 2015, as well as all public docket files relating to those proposals, are available for review and inspection. To access this material, click here.
NOTICE: NMFTA systems will be undergoing routine maintenance on Friday May 29, starting at 11:00 PM EST until 5 AM EST the following morning. Please note that ClassIT and other subscription products should not have any downtime as they will automatically be redirected to our backup site during the maintenance.
NOTE: While we do not expect any downtime of our subscription products associated with this maintenance, in case of an unexpected event please use our backup sites directly, i.e. https://classit2.nmfta.org, https://mobi2.nmfta.org, https://scaconline2.nmfta.org, https://secure2.nmfta.org, and https://splc2.nmfta.org.
NOTICE: NMFTA office is closed on May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.
NOTICE – CCSB DOCKET 2015-2 includes proposed amendments to NMFC Item (Rule) 540, Hazardous Materials, to NMFC Items 50070, 57200, 149590 and 173270 (References to Item 60000), and to provisions for Household Goods, Personal Effects or Military Baggage, items 100240, 100250 and 100260. See Subjects 4, 12 and Section II of the docket.