Alice Springs the home of the iconic Kenworth Museum will again host the annual National Road Transport Hall of Fame where honourees, including 50 new inductees from across the country, will be recognised for their careers and contributions to the industry.
Starting Friday 23 August the weekend long event brings together drivers from across the country and commences with the Transport Women Australian Breakfast and culminate with showpiece event, the Shell Rimula Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Saturday 24 August.
Chief sponsor Shell licensee Viva Energy has been involved in supplying the national network of service stations and delivering fuels for trucks for over 100 years.
According to Nick Lubransky, Marketing Manager Transport Lubricants, Viva Energy Australia, the trucking community is a vital part of the country.
"Here at Viva Energy we’re proud of our ongoing support of the road transport community and partnership with the Shell Rimula Hall of Fame,” he said.
“This weekend is such a highlight for both the trucking and Alice Springs community, and we’re thrilled to once again support this year’s reunion and provide the trucking community with a fantastic weekend of events and appropriately celebrate this year’s inductees”, Lubransky said.
(Image: JJ Hurley, of Boiwn & Hurley fame, at the Kenworth Museum).
Building material delivery specialist, Clifford Brick and Tile Transport runs intrastate with single trailer semis and quad-dog combinations for new estates and housing developments. Since it first introduced a Detroit diesel engine into its truck fleet the family-owned company has continued to flourish.