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Weekly News – Livestock and Rural Transport Industry Ops Group, Dalby Ramps

LIVESTOCK AND RURAL TRANSPORT INDUSTRY OPERATIONS GROUP Last week, the NHVR hosted the first meeting of the Livestock and Rural Transporters Industry Operations Group (IOG) in Brisbane.  The IOG brought together our National and State association Presidents and NHVR staff … Continue reading

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ALRTA News – NHVR needs real power on access, spray suppression, braking, charging model, livestock standstill

Click here to download the latest ALRTA Newsletter or read on about NHVR needs real power on Access NHVR NEEDS REAL POWER ON ACCESS The ALRTA strongly supports calls by the NHVR CEO, Sal Pettrocitto, to wrestle power away from … Continue reading

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ALRTA Weekly News – Ramp Guidelines, Payment for owner drivers, NHVR and local Government cooperation

Click here to download the latest ALRTA Newsletter or read on about national ramp guidelines, remuneration for owner drivers and more….. NATIONAL RAMP GUIDELINES This week I met with Safe Work Australia to discuss the drafting of national guidelines for … Continue reading

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Commonwealth and NSW Governments agree! Freight is an economic priority

Last week, the Federal Minister, the Hon Anthony Albanese, was the opening speaker at the annual conference of the Australian Logisitics Council.

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Why it makes sense

For NSW, what the Minister’s proposing is genuinely a revolution. It will be HML mass-limits, with ‘as of right access’ to the road network that’s relevant to each corresponding vehicle class: all of the B-Double network for B-Doubles, all road … Continue reading

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