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Spotlight shines on the people making a difference to Australian transport

A ‘tell-it-how-it-is’ truck driver and ex-army mother of two are among the winners of the National Transport Insurance (NTI) Faces of Transport Competition.

NTI announced that Glen (Yogi) Kendall from Western Australia and Kerri Connors from Tasmania will be inducted into its Hall of Fame for their long-standing commitment to the industry.

Jonathon Lowien from Queensland won Best on Ground for his outstanding ability as a young driver, while Georgia Easton took out the award for Best Industry Rep.

NTI CEO, Tony Clark, says the Faces of Transport Competition shines a spotlight on hard-working individuals.

“This year we’ve received more than 2000 nominations from members of the industry nominating their friends, colleagues, and loved ones to be 1 of 4 Faces of Transport. NTI are so proud to recognise these hard-workers. We are passionate about this industry and appreciate our winners who strive to make it better every single day,” Mr Clark said.

The annual awards are designed to honour the hard-working individuals of transport to help raise industry standards and improve road safety.

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