01/05/2017 in Customer Stories, Featured News, Industry Events, Industry News

Delegates declare the inaugural Freight2020 VISION user group conference “a great day” [video]

Close to 150 transport business owners, managers, administrators, and specialist consultants attended the inaugural Freight2020 Australia and New Zealand user group conference in March 2017. The enthusiastic response from participants confirmed the arrival of Freight2020 VISION as a major annual transport industry technology event. Richers Transport, headquartered in Maryborough,... Read More

Some helpful links to road freight transport industry resources:

Australian Truck Industry Council

The Truck Industry Council (TIC) was formed in 2001 as an independent organisation to represent the united views of truck manufacturers, importers, diesel engine companies and major component suppliers to Governments, political parties, other industry groups and the general public.

Australian Trucking Association ATA NSW

ATA NSW is the state representative organisation for road freight transport operators in NSW. It was formed in 2007 by the Australian Trucking Association in partnership with NSW based transport operators, large and small.

Queensland Trucking Association

The Queensland Trucking Association (QTA) is the principal trucking and road freight industry association in Queensland, with members servicing all sectors of the urban, regional and long distance freight industries.

Australian Trucking Association ATA

The ATA is the peak body that represents trucking operators. The members include major logistics companies, transport industry associations and businesses with leading expertise in truck technology.

Victorian Transport Association VTA

The VTA is a platform from which its members can ascertain, address and appraise themselves of the range of issues facing the industry – technology, road and infrastructure development and funding, environmental issues, politics at the local, state and federal level, law enforcement, industrial relations, occupational health & safety, industry image and recruitment, day to day operating problems etc. – and be confident their association is working at practical outcomes for the whole sector.