The ATA and Teletrac Navman are driving diversity change, today announcing a ground-breaking initiative that will celebrate industry diversity, develop diversity champions, and improve industry image.
The ATA has welcomed the release of new global road safety guidelines, which highlight the importance of upholding strong safety standards, fair payments for small businesses, improving truck rest areas, driver training and road safety.
International speakers, thought leaders and entrepreneurial innovators will come together where industry meets, as the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) announces its keynote speakers for Trucking Australia 2020.
The need for safer roads, better rest areas and improved driver training has prompted calls for Governments to take urgent action to improve industry safety.
The Australian Trucking Association has today farewelled co-founder of Barker Trailers, Ernie Barker, who passed away last week.
Road user charging, driver training, advanced emergency braking systems and payment terms have all be raised by the next generation of trucking industry leaders in lobbying meetings with senior politicians.
The trucking industry must stick together as one strong, unified voice, ATA Chair Geoff Crouch said in his closing speech to the ATA’s 30th anniversary dinner on 19 November 2019.
Trucking industry representatives briefed Australia’s transport ministers this morning on the implications of a plan to dramatically increase the truck fuel tax and registration charges.
Australia’s trucking operators have unanimously and emphatically rejected a proposal to dramatically increase the truck fuel tax and registration charges.
The ATA has congratulated Managing Director of Toll, Michael Byrne, for his business and safety leadership, following today’s announcement of his retirement from the company.