An initiative to celebrate and showcase diversity in trucking has received overwhelming support from industry members following its launch in December by the Australian Trucking Association and Teletrac Navman.
The disaster recovery allowance, concessional loans, and extension of the instant asset write off have been highlighted in a bushfire recovery plan put forward to the Australian Government by the Australian Trucking Association (ATA).
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has welcomed new government measures to support small businesses affected by the bushfire crisis.
With the support of Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, the Australian Trucking Association has today launched the 2020 National Trucking Industry Awards.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has congratulated the Australian Government for its consultative approach to responding to the current bushfire crisis.
With weather conditions again predicted to get worse, it is a timely reminder that this bushfire crisis is not yet over.
Conditions will worsen in parts of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales from today. NSW and Victoria are expected to have a difficult day tomorrow, which may also impact the ACT.
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.