The Australian Government must redraft its road safety strategy, motorists and the trucking industry say.
A new strategic plan and strengthening industry safety and productivity are high on the Australian Trucking Association’s priority list, with ATA Chair David Smith today revealing the association’s 2021 agenda at its annual general meeting.
Governments must immediately reject an outrageous proposal to increase truck registration charges by up to 220 per cent.
The Australian Government should implement a temporary zero emission truck purchase incentive if low and zero emission transport technologies are ever going to become a reality.
Nominations are now open for the 2021 Daimler Truck and Bus Future Leaders’ Forum, a career-defining program that will shape the next generation of trucking industry leaders.
Keeping well maintained vehicles is key to trucking safety and productivity, Australian Trucking Association Safety, Health and Wellbeing Director, Melissa Weller, said.
Australia’s truck charging system is broken and must be fixed, the CEO of the Australian Trucking Association, Andrew McKellar, said today.
The truck dimension rules must be changed to make zero and low emission trucks more available, CEO of the Australian Trucking Association, Andrew McKellar said today.
PACCAR Australia has today celebrated 50 years of manufacturing in Australia, supporting local jobs, industry productivity, and the Australian economy with truck production at its Bayswater plant in Melbourne.
Australia’s governments should not increase truck road user and registration charges by more than the expected inflation rate, 1.5 per cent, in 2021-22, the CEO of the Australian Trucking Association, Andrew McKellar, said today.