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NTI invests more into safety and sustainability with new Sustainability Team

National Transport Insurance (NTI) is excited to announce the newly formed Sustainability Team as the next strategic evolution for Australia’s leading specialist insurer across transport and logistics.

The team has already made an impact with the recent announcement of NTI’s exclusive partnership with Seeing Machines – a global industry leader in developing driver monitoring systems designed to prevent fatigue events, as well as identify and manage distracted driving.

NTI’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tony Clark says one of the core values of NTI is to think beyond just the demands of the industry and customer today – and to imagine and deliver on the shape of the future.

“We never shy away from holding ourselves accountable and delivering on our promise and our purpose – which is to keep the Australian industry moving towards a safer and more sustainable future,” said Mr. Clark.

“Our vision is one of safety and sustainability; sustainability for our customers, for hard working business owners and operators, and the ever-changing industry that’s so heavily entwined in the lives of all Australians. This includes using our expertise to develop specialist solutions to help future proof businesses.

“To that end, we are taking the next step in shaping our structure to deliver and make that happen.”

Mr. Chris Hogarty, who formerly led NTI’s Customer Team, will take on the leadership role of Chief Sustainability Officer.  

“Our small, focussed team is made up of experts who through their experiences at NTI have developed a rich understanding and appreciation for our customer’s needs and their pain points across the transport, logistics and insurance industries,” he said.

"At NTI sustainability means safer people and stronger businesses. It's about more than just our currrent and future NTI customers. This is about the industry as a whole, whether they are insured with us or not. A safer, better industry is everyone's business."