HVIA seeks range of industry leaders for board

Organisation is looking for people from a broad spread of sectors and locations

HVIA seeks range of industry leaders for board
Brett Wright says there are opportunities for a range of industry leaders


Nominations for the positions of director and office bearers of Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA) close next Friday and the organisation is seeking to cast its net widely. 

The HVIA is seeking additional industry leaders who can further enhance the capability and strength of our organisation.

"HVIA has sought to attract directors from different states and territories and all manner of heavy vehicle industry sectors which includes manufacturers, suppliers, dealerships, and many other sectors of our industry," HVIA board president Peter Langworthy says.  

"Our charter is to ensure that the diversity of HVIA’s membership is fully represented on the board.

"With our member base growing rapidly across the country, that consideration becomes even more of a factor, to ensure we have the right mix across our valued staff and the oversight group.

"Along with that, we want leaders that will bring skillsets and experience that will complement the group and add further depth.

"More than anything, of course, is the will, desire, and capacity, to invest themselves in helping the organisation deliver on its promises to members, in shaping the destiny of Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia, and through it our vital industry."

HVIA chief executive Brett Wright says there are opportunities for industry leaders from the sales, service, repair and manufacturing sectors of the heavy vehicle industry across Australia.

"We invite members to consider whether they, or another senior executive from their company, or a well-credentialed leader from another HVIA member organisation, should be nominated to assist in leading our organisation in the future," Wright adds.

"We have been extremely fortunate to have been led by successive teams of highly skilled industry leaders.

"Now more than ever, as we continue to roll-out our programs and services across Australia, we are looking to ensure our board is geared to direct the organisation’s growth and influence into the future."

Up to six positions on the Board may be filled at HVIA's AGM on October 18.

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