IAM's U.S. Domestic Asset-Based Mover Group (DAB)

IAM has established the U.S. Domestic Asset-Based Mover Group (DAB). Often, when people think of IAM, they think it’s an association for movers involved in international moving. While that’s certainly one facet, IAM is an international association for all movers, and we can help you grow your business, even if you currently do no international business.

If you are not yet a DAB member, contact IAM's Membership Team to get that process started. If you are not yet an IAM member and see the value of membership, fill out our online membership form.

 

IAM originally set up the task force to ensure we were focusing on areas important for U.S. asset-based movers. The initial task force consisted of 18 members with a diverse background from across the country. This task force helped establish the “voice of the DAB” in IAM and ensure IAM is working on things important to the DAB demographic. After the task force finished it s job, they had formed an affiliate group, and the hope is to eventually have a committee for this important group.

DAB Resources

Why a Task Force and not a Committee?

IAM's bylaws specify which groups are committees, so adding DAB as a committee is not possible without going through a specific process. However, IAM hopes that the DAB program will be popular enough to make it a committee and that is where we see it going.

How to Join DAB

This is a special interest group for Core and Governing Members who fit the above description. Contact IAM's Membership Team to learn more about becoming a member and see how IAM can help your business.

Who are the original Task Force Members?

You can find them here.

Whom should I contact for more information?

IAM's point of contact for the DAB group is Daniel Bradley.