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ATA welcomes Marschall to technical council

Marschall Group Director, Michael Marschall, has joined the Australian Trucking Association’s (ATA) Industry Technical Council (ITC).

As a member of the ITC, Marschall will join operators, suppliers, engineers and industry specialists in a long-term discussion forum to raise technology and maintenance standards and improve operational safety in the trucking industry.

According to the ATA, the Marschall family established and maintained a bulk tipper fleet in 1970 to service local Goondiwindi and Northern New South Wales farmers. They acquired Mann's Transport in 1986 which had commenced operation in early 1950 concentrating on general freight and local haulage. The business operates B-double, Performance-Based Standards (PBS) road trains and triple combinations. The fleet also includes mobile cranes from three-tonne to 200-tonne capacity.

The ITC is a working committee of the ATA which was established in 1995 and works to advance technical excellence in the road transport industry. Its role is to enhance the trucking industry’s safety, professionalism and viability by providing technical input and best practice advice to the ATA.

(Image: Marschall Group Director, Michael Marshcall.)

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