The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has appointed Andrew McKellar as its new CEO. After working overseas, he will return to Australia in early February and take the reins in mid-February.
Research tells us the most common contributing factors to road crashes are human errors, with most crashes able to be prevented or mitigated.
From proof of concept to national industry recognition, the ATA’s Industry Technical Council Converter Dolly Project has had a significant impact in the trucking industry, revolutionising the dolly market.
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak in NSW, border closures are causing absolute havoc for truckies, with some having to wait up to five hours to get into Victoria – and authorities are scrambling to get these issues fixed.
The completed duplication of the Pacific Highway will save lives, especially as traffic increases ahead of the Christmas holiday period, Chair of the Australian Trucking Association David Smith said today. Read more
As we edge closer to the peak of the holiday period, the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) urges road users to be cautious and considerate as traffic increases.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) and the University of Newcastle have joined forces to fine-tune the way the industry is communicating safety messages to young road users. Read more
From bushfires and a global pandemic to lockdowns and a national truck law review, 2020 has been a significant year for the trucking industry, which has been tried and tested but has come out on top.
The Australian Trucking Association has sent a clear message to the National Transport Commission for its comprehensive review of the HVNL – stop penalising drivers so harshly.
The ATA, NSW Police and Transport for NSW will join truck drivers at the Mundoonan Rest Area Northbound for ‘Coffee with a Cop’ tomorrow, Wednesday 9 December.