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ATA announces outstanding apprentices 2018

Scholarships from Cummins South Pacific will see three outstanding apprentices join delegates at the 2018 Technology and Maintenance Conference.

Organised by the Australian Trucking Association the conference to be held at Melbourne Docklands 15-17 October will host Georgia O’Brien of CMV, Joshua Borninkhof of Westar and Jarrod Milhalj of Cummins Laverton.

Each has received complimentary registration to the event which includes PACCAR Parts Fun Night and the Castrol Vecton Awards Dinner.

“Cummins South Pacific have given these heavy vehicle apprentices an invaluable opportunity to further their careers and build their professional networks,” said Geoff Crouch, ATA Chair.

“Over the course of the conference, the scholarship recipients will gain training and knowledge from industry leaders, trainers and regulators, and participate in a range of hands-on workshops.”

“We’re proud to continue our partnership with the Australian Trucking Association,” said Scott Alexander, On-Highway Sales & Customer Support.

“This program is critical in supporting the professional growth of young entering the industry’s workshops. Today’s apprentices are the future of our industry.”

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