Truckie recoginsed for composure in remote collision
The time is now! Nominations for the National Trucking Industry Awards extended!
The Australian Trucking Association had urged everyone to make an eggcellent decision and drive safely this Easter long weekend.
Extended payment times are a growing problem for small trucking businesses and must be fixed, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.
“The freight industry as we know it today is set to dramatically different by 2050. Mega trends like demographic changes in populations and technological innovation will change and impact every aspect of how we do business along the value chain.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has elected Geoff Crouch as its new Chair. Mr Crouch was elected unopposed at the ATA’s annual general meeting in Canberra yesterday.
Maintaining and improving safety, viability and professionalism must be the focus for the trucking industry, the CEO of the Australian Trucking Association (ATA), Ben Maguire said today at the Livestock and Bulk Rural Carriers Association, (LBRCA) conference.
The Australian Trucking Association is urging Queensland trucking businesses to stay safe, stay off the roads and follow police directions.
Noelene Watson will retire as the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association at the organisation’s annual general meeting on 5 April 2017.
Safety and driver training must be the focus of the four year work plan for the Transport and Logistics training package, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Noelene Watson, said today.