HVIA bids farewell to its president
Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA) president Peter Langworthy has resigned from the Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia board, the organisation has informed members.
Langworthy has been president since October 2016 and a director since 2015. Vice president Nathan Usher will fulfil all duties of the president until an extraordinary general meeting of members is scheduled by the board.
HVIA chief executive Brett Wright says Langworthy’s contribution had been particularly valuable through the transition to a national association.
“Peter has been a generous contributor to our organisation and a wise counsel for many years,” Wright says.
“We will greatly miss his passion, his strategic vision and his insightful perspective.
“More than any of that, he is a man of great character and integrity whom I’ve been honoured to work with. We all wish Peter the very best.”
HVIA notes Langworthy recently stepped down as Dana Australia MD.