Delegates at the 2012 Australian Trucking Convention will hear from Steve Ousley, Australia Post’s Executive General Manager Mail Services, who will give a keynote presentation on how Australia Post is seizing new opportunities in online shopping and the digital economy to offset the decline in letter volumes, which is affecting postal services worldwide.
Australia’s transport ministers should slash the registration charges on B-doubles from $15,708 to $10,995 per year, the Chief Executive of the ATA, Stuart St Clair, said today.
The Australian Furniture Removers’ Association (AFRA) has rejoined the Australian Trucking Association, after leaving in February 2011.
The directors and managers of trucking businesses should have the same rights as other Australians. They should be innocent until proven guilty of offences under the national truck laws, the Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, said today.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has congratulated Nola Bransgrove and Graeme Dyer, who were awarded Medals of the Order of Australia for services to road transport in the 2012 Australia Day Honours List.
The Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Anthony Albanese, will brief delegates at the 2012 Australian Trucking Convention about the progress of the Government’s road transport reforms. The convention will be held from Wednesday 16 to Saturday 19 May 2012 at the Rosehill Gardens Event Centre, Sydney.
The Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, has asked motorists to slow down and take regular rest breaks on the roads this Christmas.
The Australian Government should extend its planned energy efficiency grants to help small firms improve their business practices to cope with the carbon price, the Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, said today.
Registrations are now open for the 2012 Australian Trucking Convention, which will feature international safety leader Don Osterberg, the Senior Vice President of Safety, Security and Driver Training at Schneider National in America.
Australia’s transport ministers have today agreed to a forward work program to amend Australia’s draft national truck laws to fix 849 issues identified by the trucking industry and state road agencies. The decision is a significant victory for the ATA and the trucking industry.