Three young trucking apprentices will have an opportunity to further their careers and expand their industry knowledge, with the ATA today announcing the winners of the 2019 Cummins Technology and Maintenance Conference Scholarships.
Inconsistent defect notices and inspection policies must be fixed in the new truck laws, Chair of the Australian Trucking Association (ATA), Geoff Crouch, said today.
Reduced audits and independent accreditation are critical to improving trucking safety and productivity, Chair of the ATA, Geoff Crouch, said today.
The Australian Trucking Association has today welcomed Brighter as a supporting partner, strengthening the relationship between Australia’s trucking and natural gas industries.
The ATA and Daimler are searching for the future leaders of the Australian trucking industry, today opening nominations for the 2020 Daimler Truck and Bus Future Leaders’ Forum.
The rail industry must focus on improving its level of service and stop grandstanding about the productivity of the trucking industry ATA Chair Geoff Crouch said today.
Australia’s truck drivers will now be able to share their views on the national truck law review, thanks to a new campaign launched today by the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) and national road transport newspaper Big Rigs.
Any changes to fatigue management in the national truck laws must treat drivers like humans – not machines, ATA Chair Geoff Crouch said today.
Improved heavy vehicle access will lower costs for Australian consumers and boost jobs, ATA Chair Geoff Crouch, said today.
Governments must take action to boost trucking productivity by cutting red tape, improving access and addressing road bottlenecks, Chair of the Australian Trucking Association (ATA), Geoff Crouch, said today.