TMS event line up takes shape

In News3 MinutesBy NZ Trucking magazineFebruary 2, 2024

The lineup for the upcoming TMS Teletrac Navman Technology | Maintenance | Safety Conference & Exhibition is taking shape, with the event experiencing strong support from the industry. Alongside sponsors and exhibitors, New Zealand and Australian-based transport associations are also signing up to support the event.

“This as a promising indication that the industry is committed to collaborative efforts, showcasing leadership, and implementing optimal solutions,” the event organisers say. “This collective approach is anticipated to contribute to positive outcomes, fostering enhanced collaboration with agencies, regulators, government entities, and the industry at large.”

To date more than 50 exhibitors have been locked in for the event.

The overall event line up is progressing with the unveiling of Truck of the Year Australasia 2024 planned on 13 March at the opening of the conference.

2024 Teletrac Navman Technology, Maintenance and Safety Awards and Networking event is to be held at Majestic on Durham, Wednesday 13 March at 6pm.

Award nominations are now open, and nominations can be sent to

  • PartsTrader Technology – A company or entrepreneur who has a technological solution or product that enhances the future of our industry.
  • bp Maintenance – A most outstanding technician who is dedicated to continuous improvement.
  • ACC New Zealand Safety – A company or individual with a safety initiative promoting safety or health and wellbeing.

Attracting and retaining talent in the industry remains a significant challenge, so in addition to a robust line up of guest speakers, the event is placing a strong emphasis on the Careers Transport Expo as a way to display the industry to potential future talent.

Senior students from across the South Island are invited to attend the Careers Transport Expo, scheduled for Wednesday, 13 March, from 9:30 to 11:30 am at Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre.

“The Expo aims to inspire upcoming generations by exploring exciting opportunities and presenting a wide range of career pathways within the transport industry,” organisers say.

“The Expo is also open to adults seeking a career change and is a great opportunity to engage with industry experts and gain firsthand experience of what a career in the transport industry might entail.”

To register and buy tickets for the TMS Teletrac Navman Technology | Maintenance | Safety Conference & Exhibition, 13-14 March 2024, Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre go to: