Supporting our Members for over 100 Years
Founded in 1910, the Motor Traders’ Association of New South Wales (MTA NSW) is an employers Association and registered training organisation, dedicated to representing business owners and business principals in the NSW automotive industry.
Our aim is to help the motor industry. We achieve this by assisting our Members in the daily running of their businesses, as well as lobbying governing bodies to ensure a long and viable automotive industry, in NSW.
MTA NSW is well-placed to represent the interests of our Members, being in constant contact with politicians and Government officials. Our Association regularly offers advice on matters affecting the industry, and are proud to be the principal consultative party and a leader in industrial relations issues affecting the retail motor industry.
We also work to ensure the publics’ confidence in dealing with MTA NSW Members through our Code of Ethics. The MTA NSW Code of Ethics is a landmark statement that sets out the standard of behaviour MTA NSW Members must follow in their dealings with the public. It concerns the relationship between customers and suppliers of goods and services.
We lobby State and Federal Government on behalf of Members and the industry. Our policy interests are varied, and designed to ensure a strong automotive industry, in NSW.
MTA NSW has over many years developed a public recognition of the MTA NSW logo and catch phrase ‘Deal with someone you can trust.’ Vehicle owners look for the logo before choosing a business from which they may purchase a motor vehicle, have a motor vehicle repaired, serviced or buy spare parts. MTA NSW is strongly placed to represent the interests of Members.
MTA NSW is a founding member of the Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA), which is the National Body that draws together MTA’s sister organisations from other States and Territories to represent the industry at Federal Government level.
Member and industry suppliers’ support is most appreciated and adds greatly to the success of the Association and the activities it undertakes.
The voice of the motor industry