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The voice of livestock and rural transporters in Queensland since 1981

Working with governments, regulators, industry and the media to promote and protect rural trucking.

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As the compliance and regulatory burden increases it’s more important than ever that we have a strong and united voice to advocate for common sense solutions.

 There has never been a more critical time to make sure we have a voice at the table to influence local, state and federal governments about the issues that affect our businesses.

The objectives we are seeking to achieve include:

STRONG representation

To represent the livestock and rural transport industry to government, the business sector and the community

improved PRODUCTIVITY and efficiency

To work collaboratively with government to deliver safer, effective and successful transport services

A RESPECTED INDUSTRY PARTNER

To work as partners with key industry associations particularly AgForce and the Queensland Trucking Association

REDUCTION OF RED TAPE

To reduce red tape and administrative costs incurring on our businesses

A SAFER INDUSTRY

To provide good conditions and a safe working environment for our drivers and other employees

OUR ESSENTIAL ROLE

To demonstrate to the community the positive and essential role that rural and livestock transport companies play in the economy and quality of life of all Australians

Latest news

Insurance exemption to help industry, customers

Insurance exemption to help industry, customers

The trucking industry has secured an important exemption from new rules for add-on insurance that will help the industry and its customers. The new rules prohibit the sale of add-on insurance for at least four days after a customer has purchased a product or service....

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Latest border directive – entering Queensland

Latest border directive – entering Queensland

Queensland Health have issued an updated Border Direction and updates to the Queensland Freight Protocol will come into effect at 1:00am on Saturday 21 August. There are two options for freight operators to enter Queensland,...

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The LRTAQ works with governments, regulators, industry groups and the media to ensure that rural trucking is protected and promoted as a sustainable, responsible and safe contributor to the Queensland economy.

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It’s through the generous support of the following sponsors that we remain a strong voice to influence government and regulators to keep our economy moving.