Nominations for the 2015 Craig Roseneder Award close on September 7. Truck workshops around Australia are urged to make sure they take this opportunity to recognise someone who puts in extra efforts towards excellence in the workshop.
Sponsored by Castrol Vecton, the award recognises technical and maintenance excellence and is open to individuals who work full time as a workshop manager or mechanic in the Australian trucking industry.
Australian Trucking Association CEO Chris Melham said the trucking industry was privileged to have exceptionally talented, dedicated professionals in workshops right across the country.
“Fleet maintenance is about more than keeping the engine running,” said Melham. “For our Craig Roseneder Award nominees, it’s a passion and a challenge to make sure their fleet is as safe and efficient as possible.”
The winner of the 2015 Craig Roseneder Award will receive a trip to Nashville, USA to attend the American Trucking Associations’ 2016 Technology and Maintenance Council Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition, courtesy of Castrol Vecton.
Nominees for the Craig Roseneder Award must have at least five years of experience in their field, and self-nominations are not accepted. For more information and to make a nomination, go to the ATA website. www.truck.net.au/awards