exceeded initial expectations'
Peak body's symposium hailed a
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A ONE-DAY symposium organised by Australia's peak caravanning
industry body has been dubbed a resounding success.
a hundred delegates attended the Caravan Industry Association of Australia
event at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
part were from caravan and allied parts manufacturing industries as well
as 10 trade exhibitors with industry businesses from Victoria, New South
Wales and Queensland.
"Attendance exceeded initial expectations and
proved to be a successful balance of networking, trade exhibitions and an
informative panel of speakers," the association said.
nature of the event enabled positive and engaged interactions between
delegates during the breaks, also providing a great opportunity to share
industry information to individuals who don't normally participate in
Caravan Industry Association of Australia conferences or events."
The symposium included presentations by Wells Fargo and Outdoria, the
Commonwealth Treasury (on the upcoming Australian Consumer Law Review),
Vehicle Safety Standards (on the RVSA reform) and SAI Global on a new
partnership providing accredited industry businesses access to all
9000-plus Australian Standards.
CTIA Victoria dealt with training,
Servicesafe and Victorian regulations while Ed Browne from Madgwicks spoke
about Australian Consumer Law and Unfair Contract Terms legislation.
Presentations also included a review of findings from the RVMAP
program and technical information around weights and ratings (including
the Payload Estimator), vehicle (VIN) plates, and lights and reflectors by
Caravan Industry Association of Australia staff.
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