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Industry Insider : Victorian Transport Association

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Peter Anderson
Victorian Transport Association

The Victorian Transport Association is a management resource for the transport industry set up to add value to transport businesses through the provision of authoritative information and experienced professional advice. As Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Transport Association, a role he has held since late 2014, Peter Anderson is the voice of over 800 transport and logistics operators in Victoria, with a focus on enhancing the productivity, safety, workforce development and sustainability of the industry through leadership and advocacy.

  • Take stock of your operation’s mental health

    By: Peter Anderson

    October 2018

    At times in our industry, fixation on measurable indicators of business performance such as profitability, margins and the impacts of variable costs such as fuel, maintenance and tolls, mean people and staff related indicators, like health and wellbeing, can be overlooked.

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  • We need more roads

    By: Peter Anderson

    September 2018

    We are certainly going through some exciting times in Australia with respect to the investment and commitment by local, state and Commonwealth governments to the building of new transport infrastructure.

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  • Don’t let spiralling congestion ruin your operation

    By: Peter Anderson

    August 2018

    “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”

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  • VTA calls for heavy vehicle licensing review

    By: Peter Anderson

    July 2018

    Victorian infrastructure projects worth over $30 billion that are underway or being planned could be at risk from a shortage of suitably quali ed and trained heavy vehicle drivers needed during construction.

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  • Unprecedented infrastructure spend for Victoria

    By: Peter Anderson

    June 2018

    After three years of bickering between the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments, there are encouraging signs that differences are being set aside, and serious money is being allocated to the state’s under-funded transport networks.

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  • Conference delegates told to profit or perish

    By: Peter Anderson

    May 2018

    The Victorian Transport Association was thrilled to welcome over 150 delegates to our annual State Conference where, over two days, we discussed a range of issues impacting operators and the broader industry.

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  • Planners must protect Port in waterfront rethink

    By: Peter Anderson

    April 2018

    Australia’s port network has been the subject of intense scrutiny in recent months, with ongoing debate about the impact of stevedores increasing costs for operators through the application of new or higher infrastructure surcharges.

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  • Consumers worse off from irresponsible industrial action

    By: Peter Anderson

    March 2018

    Supply chains throughout Victoria and Australia were thrown into disarray during the busiest time of the year for the freight and logistics industry, courtesy of an illegal picket that shut down Victoria International Container Terminal at Webb Dock prior to Christmas.

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  • Operators must keep pace with price hikes to survive 2018

    By: Peter Anderson

    February 2018

    For Victorian freight operators, announcements on vital new road infrastructure were undoubtedly a key take-out from 2017, with the Victorian Government making good on numerous big-ticket projects that will pay dividends for the state’s economy. That year began with the establishment of the North-East Link Authority, which was tasked with identifying the preferred corridor for the Victorian Transport Association’s priority infrastructure project for the state, and one that we lobbied hard for along with the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria and other industry groups. Twelve months on, the corridor has been announced and the discussion is evolving into how it will be financed and constructed.

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  • Planning and creativity key to maximising infrastructure productivity

    By: Peter Anderson

    December 2017

    2017 will go down in the annals of history as the year Victoria started to get serious about infrastructure planning, if politics are set aside and key elements of the new Victorian Infrastructure Plan are able to be implemented.

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