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Road Transport Association New Zealand
The Road Transport Association New Zealand Inc (RTANZ) was formed in 2010 from the previous regional structure of the NZRTA.
It was established to improve membership value as single national association with the very strong desire that this will better represent the interests of Road Transport Operators to have this national focus, a national voice and to realize the benefits that national representation has.

New Zealand Trucking Association
Since 1988 the New Zealand Trucking Association has been actively representing and supporting Trucking related businesses. Our members range from small owner operator businesses through to large corporates. Our role is to influence and inspire our members to succeed in both business and in their engagement with the wider community. As a not for profit organisation, the New Zealand Trucking Association promotes, supports and encourages our members to operate sustainable, ethical and profitable businesses.

Road Transport Forum New Zealand
Road Transport Forum New Zealand (RTFNZ) is made up of several trucking associations for which the Forum provides unified national representation. The Forum members include Road Transport Association New Zealand, National Road Carriers, and New Zealand Trucking Association. The affiliated membership of the Forum is some 3,000 individual road transport companies which operate 16-18,000 trucks involved in road freight transport as well as companies that provide services allied to road freight transport.
The Forum is the peak body and authoritative voice of New Zealand’s road freight transport industry which employs 22,600 people (3.0% of the workforce), has a gross annual turnover of $6 billion and transports about 70% of New Zealand’s land-based freight on a tonne/kilometre basis.

AsiaPacific Infrastructure
AsiaPacific Infrastructure is the country’s leading information provider for stakeholders in the infrastructure sectors and decision makers in local and national government.
It provides timely information through several media platforms – print, digital and a leading online presence with extensive editorial insights and case studies loaded on a daily basis — and supported by one of the country’s best searchable archive on the industry.

SASTA is an independent incorporated society managed by professionals working in, or contracted by, local government in Aotearoa New Zealand.
SASTA has formed to meet the growing national demand for a safer and more sustainable transport network in our communities. Our current focus is to make professionals and national organisations aware of SASTA’s role, secure a sound operating base for the association, and provide networking and professional development opportunities for our members.
SASTA provides an excellent opportunity for professionals to have a national voice on safe and sustainable transport issues and to remain informed and connected as we build a better future together for our local communities