Nominations are now open for the 2017 Craig Roseneder Award, which recognises technical and maintenance excellence in the trucking industry, according to the Australian Trucking Association (ATA).
The 2017 Craig Roseneder Award is reportedly open to individuals with a minimum of five years’ experience working full time in the Australian trucking industry for a trucking company, supplier or commercial workshop as a workshop manager, mechanic or support person within the maintenance field for heavy vehicles.
According to the Australian Trucking Association, organiser of the Award and the Technical and Maintenance Conference (TMC) held in Victoria, this year’s Award recipient will receive a fully paid trip to Atlanta, Georgia, to attend the US Technology and Maintenance Council’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition, including return airfares to the USA, full conference registration, five nights’ premium conference accommodation, partners’ programme registration (if applicable) and $1,500 spending money.
The recipient will also reportedly receive complimentary registration to the 2018 ATA-ARTSA Technical and Maintenance Conference.
“I was extremely honoured to be selected for the award,” said 2016 Award winner, Cade Robinson. “Attending the TMC conference in the US was an educational, memorable and humbling experience, and it inspired me to expand my knowledge and explore even more opportunities within this industry.”
Nominations must be received by Friday 22 September. Self-nominations will not be accepted.
The award will be presented at the 2017 Technical and Maintenance Conference.
For more information on the Craig Roseneder Award, visit the ATA website.