Three people will have the opportunity to attend Trucking Australia 2016 on the Gold Coast to share their suggestions on how to improve safety or business viability in the trucking industry. Cummins South Pacific are sponsoring three tickets to go to the ATA’s national event where operators are invited to help develop the trucking industry’s plans and priorities at the Sea World Resort on June 23-25.
The competition is open to all Australian trucking operators and their employees. To enter, tell the ATA, in 100 words or fewer, what you think could be done to improve safety or business viability in the trucking industry, and what you would bring to the table at Trucking Australia 2016.
The three best entries will receive a trip to Trucking Australia 2016 to share their ideas, including one full delegate registration, three nights’ standard accommodation at the Sea World Resort and one return economy air fare to the Gold Coast from any Australian capital city.
“Trucking Australia 2016 is all about industry coming together, sharing their ideas and experiences, and developing plans for the future,” said Scott Alexander, Cummins South Pacific Manager Automotive Sales and Customer Support. “Through this program, we aim to make sure that great ideas don’t go unheard. If you have a plan for improving safety or business viability in the trucking industry, I encourage you to put it forward.
“We are proud to continue this partnership with Trucking Australia for our fifth year, and I look forward to meeting this year’s winners during the event.”
Entries must be submitted through the ATA’s online entry portal by Friday March 18, and will be judged by the experts at Cummins. The winners will be announced in the ATA’s Friday Facts newsletter on April 1.