The Brisbane Truck Show will return to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 May 2023.
31,000 people attended the 2021 show along with tens of thousands more taking part in the festival activities at South Bank Parklands and other events across Brisbane as part of Australian Heavy Vehicle Industry Week.
Earlier, Assistant Minister for Freight and Road Safety Scott Buchholz had paid tribute to the industry for its determination and resilience in coming together.
“To the industry and to Todd Hacking and his team, all of the sponsors and exhibitors and of course the visitors here over the course of the show, thank you for supporting this industry,” Mr Buchholz said.
He said the success of the event was a positive sign that the transport, freight, and heavy vehicle sectors were benefiting from the Morrison Governments investments and initiatives and driving the Covid-19 recovery.
“In the budget, our government is supporting jobs and job creation in the transport, freight, and heavy vehicle sectors by extending temporary full expensing and the instant asset write-off.
“Our initiatives are keeping money in transport and trucking businesses, giving them the confidence to take on an extra worker, offer an extra shift or buy a new piece of equipment.
“These measures mean 99 per cent of businesses can deduct the full cost of eligible depreciable assets of any value in the year they are installed until June 30, 2023.”
And speaking of 2023, we will be back bigger and better than ever. Make sure you stay connected as opportunities to get involved on next Brisbane Truck Show are revealed.
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