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  • Do the right thing: Roger Weeks

    Do the right thing: Roger Weeks

    After a 28 year career in aviation, the last 12 with the industry’s safety regulator Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Roger Weeks has been the Director of Compliance for the Roads and Maritime Services in NSW for almost two years.

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  • Don’t charge in headfirst

    Don’t charge in headfirst

    Gary Mahon is the Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Trucking Association following a career in senior management positions within the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads. Gary recently addressed the NatRoad Annual Conference on the subject of mass-distance-location charging as part of the proposal to replace road user charges and state charges for commercial transport.

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  • Helene Mellquist: Volvo Trucks

    Helene Mellquist: Volvo Trucks

    Helene Mellquist is the Senior Vice President of Volvo Trucks International and has a global view of trucks and transport. Helene has held this role since March 2016 with responsibility for commercial activities of Volvo Trucks in the Middle East, Africa, Australia and Asia. Following her ‘This is who we are’ presentation at the Volvo Innovation Days held in Sweden Ms Mellquist spoke one-on-one with Prime Mover’s Peter Shields.

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  • Paying for productivity

    Paying for productivity

    Peter Harris AO is the Chairman of the Productivity Commission, which is tasked by the Australian Government to provide advice on economic, social and environmental issues. Peter was a key presenter at the Australian Logistics Council Forum held in Sydney in early March.

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  • The French connection

    The French connection

    French-manufactured products are sometimes thought of as quirky, yet today around one in four people who buy a van through a dealer in Australia choose a Renault product. Steering the Renault commercial range from a niche towards becoming a major player has been LCV Product Manager, Lyndon Healey.

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  • New generation leadership

    New generation leadership

    One hundred days after stepping into his role as Scania Australia Managing Director, Prime Mover sat down with Mikael Jansson to get his insight on the local market, sustainability and when we can expect the New Generation series to hit Australian roads.

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  • Ben Maguire: ATA CEO

    Ben Maguire: ATA CEO

    Ben Maguire took the role of CEO of the Australian Trucking Association in January 2017, aiming to continue the body’s work increasing the transport industry’s safety, professionalism and viability. Prime Mover found out about his first 200 days in the role.

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  • Simon O’Hara: RFNSW General Manager

    Simon O’Hara: RFNSW General Manager

    With a new General Manager at the helm and reinvigorated fighting spirit following the RSRT abolishment, Road Freight NSW is on track to becoming one of the most vocal industry associations in the country.

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  • Bill Gillespie: Hino General Manager

    Bill Gillespie: Hino General Manager

    In an exclusive interview with Prime Mover, Hino General Manager, Brand and Franchise Development, Bill Gillespie, has said the truck brand will undergo a raft of brand upgrades in 2017, including new models and dealerships.

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  • Claes Nilsson: Volvo Trucks President

    Claes Nilsson: Volvo Trucks President

    With access to a world-leading high productivity vehicle scheme and growing openness towards new technology, Australian road transport could be one step ahead of the rest of the world, according Volvo Trucks’ Claes Nilsson.

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  • Sal Petroccitto: NHVR Chief Executive

    Sal Petroccitto: NHVR Chief Executive

    In a Prime Mover exclusive, Sal Petroccitto, Chief Executive of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, delivers his take on the progress of Australia's Performance-Based Standards scheme.

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  • Ken Kroeger: Seeing Machines CEO

    Ken Kroeger: Seeing Machines CEO

    After making a name for itself in the mining industry, eye-tracking specialist Seeing Machines is now entering the commercial road transport and automotive market. The company’s value proposition doesn’t lie in high technology alone, though. IT’s hidden in the vision behind it.

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