At just 20 years of age, truck driver Katherine Glover knows first-hand how hard it can be to get a foot in the door in this industry.
A record number of new apprentices and trainees are being hired to work on major road and transport infrastructure projects, with Transport for NSW (TfNSW) on the hunt to fill 76 placements.
Through its Industry Pathways Program, O’Brien Transport is bringing new generations into the transport industry through structured and professional on the job training.
Australasia’s largest automotive cooperative, Capricorn, is delighted to announce the finalists in the Capricorn Rising Stars Apprentice of the Year competition.
In 2004, Andrew Folker joined MaxiTRANS to fill a temporary position. Fast forward to now, and he’s kicking goals as the technical product manager at MaxiTRANS’ Ballarat manufacturing facility.
Back in late 2019, Emily Marshall had landed a dream job on the other side of Australia, hauling oversize loads across WA – then she came home for Christmas, Covid-19 hit shortly after, borders closed and for a long time, that dream was out of reach.
As Scania Australia aims to improve the work-life balance and job satisfaction of its employees, it’s introduced Flexible Working Arrangements.
Australasia’s largest automotive aftermarket specialised company, Bapcor, has opened a national training facility in Brisbane for the exclusive use of Precision Automotive Equipment and Burson Auto Parts team members, customers and suppliers. Read more
Ten of Australia’s young trucking professionals have been welcomed to the 2021 Daimler Future Leaders’ Forum.