Greensburg, In. — Garrett Knollman, of Transmark Logistics in Greensburg, was selected as one of 12 trucking industry professionals in the United States to the LEAD ATA program.Knollman, 29, currently oversees Safety and Compliance for the family-owned Transmark Logistics. He was inducted into the class during the ATA Management Conference & Exhibition in Orlando on Sunday, October 22.“This is a tremendous honor for me and my family and this program will provide the insight to not only lead Transmark, but also skills that will benefit the Southeastern Indiana trucking industry and ATA in the future,” said Garrett Knollman.LEAD ATA is a one-year program, created to engage the trucking industry’s best and brightest and prepare them to become future industry leaders. The select group will gain real-world experience and in-depth industry insights not available through any other program. ATA provides the class information about how the regulatory and legislative process affects the trucking industry and the role ATA plays in influencing those processes.“From class to class, we are able to find young men and women who are determined to do more than just enhance their professional profiles. These individuals truly want to gain a deeper understanding of how trucking can impact communities and how they can help position trucking as a safety-first industry with a strong public image,” said ATA President Chris Spear.Founded in 1979, Transmark Logistics is a logistics management and transportation company providing petroleum and renewable energy transportation solutions for customers throughout the Midwest.Transmark is currently officiated by Elvin Knollman, President and Wanda Knollman, Vice President.