The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) is encouraging final nominations for the 32nd Australian Freight Industry Awards (AFIAs), with entries closing on Monday 15 August 2022.
Following Labor Government’s victory in the Federal Election, The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) is calling for transport industry participants to come together to attain genuine reform.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has welcomed measures in the Victorian Budget unveiled by Treasurer Tim Pallas, which will improve the state’s road and rail infrastructure, address transport industry skills shortages and increase skills and training through licencing reform.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) is calling for the vaccination mandate for transport workers to be lifted in line with other jurisdictions around Australia.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) is hosting its annual State Conference from 20-22 March at Silverwater Resort, Phillip Island.
Victorian Transport Association (VTA) CEO, Peter Anderson, has written to transport operators encouraging them to consider ways to recover the massive cost of compliance that Covid regulations and requirements have cost the freight and logistics industry.
Landside road transport operators that have experienced exorbitant stevedore infrastructure surcharge increases and funded the capital costs of increased freight volumes have been overlooked in the Port of Melbourne’s 2021 Container Logistics Supply Chain Study (CLCS). Read more
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) is concerned about the short vaccination mandate notice for the freight industry.
The Victorian Government should support a mobile workforce that is busier than ever to get vaccinated according to the Victorian Transport Association (VTA).
The Victorian Transport Association has called for states and territories to unify over the Freight Movement Protocol. Read more