The Australian Trucking Association has predicted the trucking industry would be decimated if the Grattan Institute’s proposal to increase dramatically the effective fuel tax on trucks succeeds.
You are here
The next government must reset Australia’s approach to road safety and productivity.
Do you know someone who goes over and above for the trucking industry? This is your chance to nominate them for the 2022 National Trucking Industry Awards.
It’s time to break free from the shackles of COVID-19 and come together to determine the future of the trucking industry at the Trucking Australia 2022 conference.
The ATA has welcomed news from the latest meeting of the nation’s infrastructure and transport ministers regarding the review and development of the Heavy Vehicle National Law.
The ATA has paid tribute to NT trucking legend, Jim Cooper AM, following news that he has passed away in New Zealand.
If Australia gets left behind on the transition to electric and zero emission trucks, we risk our supply chains and exporters getting stuck with high, globally uncompetitive per km freight costs.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has welcomed news the Australian Government has taken steps to boost Australia’s supply of AdBlue. But the ATA remains concerned that the suppliers are yet to provide facts and figures about immediate demand and supply issues.
The government must act to guarantee Australia’s AdBlue supply.