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14 September 2018

The Australian Trucking Association and Daimler Truck and Bus Australia Pacific are proud to announce the return of the Daimler Truck and Bus Future Leaders’ Forum.

11 September 2018

Over 300 people from across the supply chain participated in the 2018 ALC & ATA Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit, which identified key areas and issues for industry and governments alike to focus on in the pursuit of enhanced safety outcomes.

06 September 2018

The Australian Trucking Association is partnering with behaviour change creative agency Hard Edge to engage young drivers with the road safety messages of the Volvo ATA Safety Truck.

31 August 2018

The Australian Trucking Association has welcomed today’s announcement that roads and rest areas across the country will receive a massive funding boost.

31 August 2018

The planned independent price regulator for truck charges must have the power to regulate toll road and landside port charges. Extra local government road use charges must be banned, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.

30 August 2018

More than 250 people from across the supply chain will come together at Melbourne Park next week to take part in Australia’s leading supply chain safety event, jointly hosted by the Australian Logistics Council and the Australian Trucking Association.

29 August 2018

Athol Carter of Frasers Livestock Transport has been welcomed as a new member of the TruckSafe board of directors.

27 August 2018

The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) is proud to join the Department of Transport and Roads (TMR) for Queensland Road Safety Week (QRSW).

24 August 2018

Australia’s new Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, understands the trucking industry and its need for regulatory and tax reform, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.

“With a group of trucking industry leaders, I caught up with Scott Morrison just last week,” Mr Crouch said.

23 August 2018

The planned review of the national truck laws must be independent and must not be run by the National Transport Commission, the members of the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) said this week.

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