If Australia gets left behind on the transition to electric and zero emission trucks, we risk our supply chains and exporters getting stuck with high, globally uncompetitive per km freight costs.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has welcomed news the Australian Government has taken steps to boost Australia’s supply of AdBlue. But the ATA remains concerned that the suppliers are yet to provide facts and figures about immediate demand and supply issues.
The government must act to guarantee Australia’s AdBlue supply.
More truck rest areas and better bridges are on the way.
The ATA has welcomed the release of the Government’s Future Fuels Strategy.
Truck driving apprenticeships should start from early 2023, the ATA says.
In recognition of National Safe Work Month, the ATA is calling for urgent action from all Australians to improve safety outcomes for truck drivers and industry members.
The Australian Trucking Association has welcomed the release of a consultation paper on a plan to introduce truck driving apprenticeships.
The Australian Trucking Association has thanked TruckSafe Chair Ferdie Kroon for his services to TruckSafe and the industry, following his resignation from the board.
The trucking industry has secured an important exemption from new rules for add-on insurance that will help the industry and its customers.