With the federal budget for 2022-23 announced, the Australian Trucking Association has made its pitch for industry funding across three key areas: roading, rest areas and a net zero truck incentive package.
One of the key factors to lasting in any business is the ability to change as new innovations come onto the horizon. For example, Big Rigs is available in different formats such as online and in print. The Australian Trucking Association is also constantly looking to the future and we believe one of the most exciting opportunities is electric trucks.
The transport industry has done an amazing job over the last 18 months – a true credit to everyone in this industry.
Does the wall colour or thickness of a refrigerated truck effect its thermal efficiency? You may be surprised at the significant impact these factors – and others – have on a unit’s efficiency and fridge plant fuel consumption.
A heroic outback road train driver who saved the life of a man in trouble in blistering heat has been formally recognised, with the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) naming him a Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian.
Almost 400 trucking industry professionals will meet today, with the Australian Trucking Association’s online Technology and Maintenance Conference now live.
As our industry deals with new and evolving challenges, it has never been more important to build a strong and productive workforce.
According to a new analysis from the Australian Trucking Association (ATA), Australia’s “out of date truck width rules” are restricting the availability of zero emission trucks down under.