ATA CEO Christopher Melham resigns to take on new role

Australian Trucking Association pays tribute to outgoing CEO…

ATA CEO Christopher Melham resigns to take on new role

Christopher Melham has announced that he is leaving the Australian Trucking Association (ATA).

After five years at the helm of the ATA, Mr Mehlam has accepted a new role with another leading association, according to the trucking association.

In a statement released this afternoon by the ATA, Association Chair, Noelene Watson, thanked Mr Mehlam for his contribution and highlighted some of the significant gains made during his tenure, including:

  • Reconnecting the Tasmanian Transport Association with the ATA
  • Achieving reductions in heavy vehicle fuel taxes
  • Leading the national campaign to defeat the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal
  • Securing the agreement of transport ministers to simplify and extend the scope of chain of responsibility laws, which are now before Parliament.

The ATA advise that a search for a suitable replacement has commenced.

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