No Room For Internal Bickering

In the light of the news Chris Melham is moving on from his post at the Australian Trucking Association, the trucking community must keep forging ahead. There is no room for internal bickering or territory battles, the industry is still facing major issues and needs to remain united and continue to fight the good fight. Read more

Take It Back To Sydney

With the slogan ‘Take It Back To Sydney’, NatRoad are showing a different way to approach the issues which directly affect the trucking industry. It seems the fight earlier in the year to bring down the RSRT has given the association a new lease of life. Read more

More United and More Proactive

Getting the industry more united and more proactive is the aim of Warren Clark in pushing forward the trucking agenda. Moving ahead with NatRoad is now the task for Clark, who took over as CEO at the Canberra HQ of the National Road Transport Association, better known as NatRoad last year. Read more

I’m Looking Out For a Hero

I’m looking out for a hero after last week’s NatRoad conference ended with gongs being handed out to veteran members of the two associations which merged to form the current organisation, back in the nineties. It was a time for a bit of nostalgia and there is always someone whose speech can go on a little bit too long. Read more

Five Year Blueprint for Change

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator has released its five-year blueprint for change, moving towards a safer, productive and more compliant heavy vehicle industry. Speaking at the National Road Transport Association (NatRoad) conference in Cairns, Darren Chester, Transport and Infrastructure Minister called it an agenda setting document, which would link three key strategies to continue the reform of the heavy vehicle industry. Read more