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24 March 2017

The Volvo ATA Safety Truck has been awarded a finalist certificate in the community program category of the 2017 Australian Road Safety Awards.

23 March 2017

John Beer, from Romsey, Victoria, and Lynley Miners, from Adaminaby, New South Wales, have been elected to the General Council of the Australian Trucking Association in the 2017 trucking industry elections. 

21 March 2017

The ATA is calling for nominations for the 2017 National Trucking Industry Awards.



These prestigious awards acknowledge the achievements of individuals and organisations in all fields of endeavour throughout the trucking industry

14 March 2017

The Volvo ATA Safety Truck has been declared a finalist in the community program category of the 2017 Australian Road Safety Awards. The Australian Road Safety Awards are presented by Caltex, and are an initiative of the Australian Road Safety Foundation. 

14 March 2017

The Australian Trucking Association is seeking the input of road transport operators to determine the cost to the industry of physical registration labels.

08 March 2017

The ATA is proud to celebrate International Women’s Day by launching nominations for the 2017 National Trucking Industry Woman of the Year Award. 

08 March 2017

Registrations have opened for Trucking Australia 2017. This national event gives operators, industry members and state associations the opportunity to participate in developing the trucking industry’s policy plans and priorities.

02 March 2017

The ATA has released a new Technical Advisory Procedure (TAP) on certified load restraint curtain systems (CLRC). This TAP was developed by the Industry Technical Council, (ITC) a committee within the ATA.

01 March 2017
Trucking operators across Australia will start voting today to elect the owner driver and small fleet representatives on the General Council of the Australian Trucking Association, the peak body representing the industry. 
20 February 2017

Trucking operators wanting to have their say on critical issues affecting the industry have until Wednesday to get involved in the 2017 ATA election, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Noelene Watson, said today.

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