Scott Walker from Visa Global Logistics and Julian Leach from ParcelPoint have been announced as joint winners for this year’s prestigious The CEO Magazine Executive of the Year Awards – Transport and Logistics Executive of the Year.
Charter Hall Group has announced it has extended its relationship with the Coles with the extension of leases at their Adelaide and Perth distribution centres.
Sendle, an Australian delivery start-up, has announced its expansion into the US. The carbon neutral delivery service and certified B Corp is fully operational in all American states from today, ready for the country’s largest holiday shopping season. Sendle will offer its flat rate carbon-neutral shipping service to small businesses across the United States, with no hidden fees, subscriptions, or compulsory fulfilment requirements.
With boating season underway, Flinders Ports has launched its annual Public Safety Campaign. The aim is to ensure South Australians can enjoy getting out on the water safely and without obstructing the region’s busy shipping channels.
DHL Supply Chain has announced that it will continue to pledge its commitment to carbon neutral logistics by supporting carbon offsetting projects for the next three years, in partnership with Qantas Future Planet.
On Friday, 22 November 2019 the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia announced the winners of the 2019 Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards at the iconic Luna Park, Sydney.
Toll has expanded its global graduate program to consider applicants from India and China. Applications are now open for Toll’s 2020 Graduate Program in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, with Singapore opening in the coming weeks and New Zealand, Australia, China and India opening in the coming months. The rotational program is reported to allow graduates a chance to learn the business from the ground up, and provides exposure to different areas of the business.
Central Queensland Inland Port’s first stage of construction which includes the new 1.5km rail spur line has been completed, with the project now ready for the next steps of operation.
Australian exporters remain positive amid the current global trade climate, pivoting growth strategies to leverage e-commerce opportunities and focusing efforts on select overseas markets.
Award-winning food distributor Galipo Foods has appointed Cohesio Group for an Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) project that is set to become the world’s first AMR project in a temperature-controlled food service environment.