On Tuesday 16 February, New Zealand Trucking Media and Resilienz Ltd launched the Trucking Toward a Better Future competition, and already the response has been promising.
In case you missed the announcement, the competition provides a forum for truck drivers to share their thoughts on how the world can be made ‘better’ and more efficient, especially from a supply chain and general business process perspective.
While trucking and transport might be a driver’s natural frame of reference, there are no limits to what can be suggested. Have more than one idea? No problem, enter as many times as you like. Entry is free and open to anyone actively engaged in the trucking sector.
You can enter in two ways:
Trucking Toward a Better Future
C/o New Zealand Trucking Media
PO Box 35
SUBJECT – Trucking Toward a Better Future – ENTRY
The competition runs until the end of April, and there is a prize pool of $2000. Entries will be judged by a panel that includes acclaimed business and climate commentator Rod Oram and well-known transport leader Chris Carr of Carr and Haslam Ltd.
To get all the details and access the full terms and conditions of this competition, click here.