Martin breaks record as CVIAQ President

Unprecedented fifth term gained as Musch returns to board and Usher starts first term there

October 28, 2013

Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Queensland (CVIAQ) has underlined its stability, electing Jost Area Manager Bob Martin for a record fifth term.

The 43-year-old industry body, a driving force behind the Brisbane Truck Show, was required constitutionally to have certain directors retire by rotation while remaining eligible for re-election.

The process also saw Varley Specialised Vehicles General Manager Anthony Dore stay as Vice-President.

Isuzu’s Chris Musch and Cummins South Pacific’s Nathan Usher were nominated as directors and were also unanimously elected bringing the board to its maximum number of nine directors, the CVIAQ says, with Munsch returning after a 12-month absence.

The other directors are Derek Marriott of Iveco, Ray Smithers of Volvo, John Edwards of Hastings Deering , Cameron McFadyen South East Queensland Tilt Tray and Ian Taylor of Scania.

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