The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has today announced the finalists for the 2011 National Trucking Industry Awards.
The ATA will fund a series of truck and trailer safety research projects as its commitment to the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety.
Trucking operators will continue to receive fuel tax credits despite the $22 billion in cuts in tonight’s budget.
The draft national truck laws should be reworked in consultation with industry before governments consider them further.
The ATA’s travelling exhibition centre, the Road Ahead, will visit students in Tasmania over the next three weeks.
The Australian trucking industry is dramatically safer than it was twenty years ago, with safer trucks, safer drivers, safer roads and safer companies.
ATA CEO, Stuart St Clair, has called on Australia’s truck drivers to lead by example and drive safely over the Easter/Anzac Day holiday period.
Frank Black has been elected as the owner driver representative on the General Council of the ATA.
With debate continuing about the Government’s proposed carbon price, the ATA has commissioned a major environmental study.
The ATA and Continental Tyres Australia are proud to announce the name of the new award for trucking bravery.