The Tasmanian Automotive Chamber of Commerce (TACC) has served the automotive industry in Tasmania since 1928.

There had always been a long standing and mutually supportive relationship between TACC and the Victorian Automotive Chamber of Commerce (VACC).

TACC successfully lobbied state government on behalf of members for many years, but times were changing and in 1999 TACC and VACC were amalgamated. This merger offered members a more diverse range of services, while still maintaining a Tasmanian perspective on local issues.

Today we are dedicated to the promotion, representation and preservation of member businesses to local, state and federal governments, as well as the media, consumers and the community.

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Chair:  Michael Grubb, Specialist Auto Hobart
Vice-Chair:  Mark Cooper, Cooper Automotive Mornington

Larry Eaton, Motorworks Motorcycles
Peter Killick, B Select Moonah
Kate Presnell, Kate Presnell Bodyworks
Roger White, Specialist Car Centre

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Truck market busts new record

9 JANUARY 2024

A strong last quarter saw Kenworth reach top spot on the 2023 heavy-duty truck sales ladder with 3653 sales or 20.8 per cent of the market, according to figures released by the Truck Industry Council. Volvo sold 3476 units (market share of 19.8 per cent), with Japanese manufacturer Isuzu claiming third spot (2393 sales and 13.6 per cent of the market).

Isuzu blitzed the 2023 overall truck sales leadership challenge with 13,658 sales or 28.6 per cent of the market, well over double second-placed Hino with 5909 sales (12.4 per cent market share). Fuso came in third place with 4822 sales (10.1 per cent).

Where did Mercedes-Benz finish? How many units did Freightliner sell? Big Rigs tells the full story.

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