ALRTA National Council welcomes new members


Expanded national member Chapter to hold first meeting in Toowoomba next week

ALRTA National Council welcomes new members
Kevin Keenan says the National Council meeting will discuss the unique challenges facing rural, regional and remote road transport in Australia.

 

Livestock transport operators Stockmaster (New South Wales), J.S. Transport Group (New South Wales) and Trans Australian Livestock (South Australia) have become the newest members of the Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) National Council.

The new members will attend ALRTA’s Council meeting on February 16 in Toowoomba, Queensland along with existing members  O'Sullivans Livestock Transport (Victoria) and Frasers Livestock Transport (Queensland).

"The ALRTA National Council established the National Member Chapter in 2013 as a way of enhancing our engagement with the most successful and influential operators in the rural transport sector", ALRTA president Kevin Keenan says.
 
"The Chapter operates much like our six state associations and is entitled to representatives and voting rights at all ALRTA National Council meetings".
 
"Collectively the Chapter now brings more than 200 years of experience to the table. 

"These exceptional operators know what it takes to build successful road transport businesses from the ground up. 

"The ALRTA National Council welcomes the opportunity to cooperatively address the unique challenges facing rural, regional and remote road transport in Australia".

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