National Road Tanker Cleaners Association (NRTCA)

The National Road Tanker Cleaners Association (NRTCA) was founded in 1992 by a number of like-minded tankcleaning companies who recognised the need for standardisation and shared safety and environmental issues within the industry. Membership has developed as tankcleaning companies have realised the benefit of information exchange as a major tool for improving standards within the industry.


EFTCO is a 'non-profit' association committed to reliable, trustworthy and environmental friendly services of its members. No similar federation is available in the Globe. EFTCO represents 468 tank cleaning depots, in 22 European countries. EFTCO works together with interested parties on matters of Safety, Environment, Education and Technical improvements to develop a better understanding and practice in tank cleaning.

IRHA - Irish Road Haulage Association

The IRHA is the recognised national representative body of the licensed road haulage industry in the Republic of Ireland. IRHA members operate under Road Haulage Operator Licences issued by the Department of Transport. A Road Haulage Operator’s Licence is required where goods are carried for hire or reward in a vehicle or combination of vehicles which is in excess of 3.5 (metric) tonnes.

The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT)

The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) is the recognised global professional body for all professionals involved in Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport.
The CILT draws together members of the Transport and Logistics Industry in a common networking forum. Here, the dynamic players of today's industry mix with the leaders of tomorrow. Not only are important decisions made at CILT but also invaluable relationships are forged for years to come. CILT Enables growth within the profession, profesional development, reputation and membership.

Irish Exporters Association

The Irish Exporters Association is the "Voice of Export Industry” in Ireland. The IEA represents the whole spectrum of companies within the export industry including SME's who are beginning to think about exporting for the first time right through to global multinational companies who are already extensively exporting from Ireland.