About

The Australian Industrial Truck Association (AITA) represents the interests of the major suppliers of lift trucks and associated equipment in Australia.

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Access to commercial-in-confidence material is restricted to fully paid members. Membership of the AITA is divided into two categories – full members and associate members. Full members are the substantial prime wholesale suppliers, manufacturers and importers, or their accredited representative, of self-powered industrial trucks actively and continuously conducting business in Australia. Associate members are major suppliers of ancillary equipment for, or major hirers of forklift trucks supplied by, members.

AITA is governed by a National Council and supported by an Engineering Committee. The current President of the AITA National Council is Steve Takacs from Toyota Material Handling Australia and Deputy President is Craig Kenchington from Crown. The Treasurer is Stan Palmer from Toyota Material Handling Australia.

A list of members with links to their websites is here.

The Executive Committee is: Steve Takacs; Stan Palmer; Todd Brennan (Forkpro); Jim Lobow (Toyota Material Handling Australia), Graham Lucas (independent member; and Sue Hart (Executive Officer).

The Public Officer is Sue Hart.

The Chair of the Engineering Committee is Craig Williams from Clark Equipment and Deputy Chair is Mike Croxford from Crown.

The National Secretariat for AITA is operated by Commerce Management Services and located in Canberra, ACT. All enquiries should be directed to the Secretariat. Phone: 02 6290 1505; Fax: 02 6290 1580; Mobile: 0419 995 724.

Email: aita@commercemgt.com.au

The major focus of AITA is to ensure the highest possible standards of performance, safety and client satisfaction. To this end, AITA members operate within the AITA Code of Conduct. A full copy of the Code can be found here.

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Objects and rules

To download a copy of the AITA Objects and Rules, please click on the attachment below.

AITA Objects & Rules