Maritime Safety Queensland (MSQ) has placed a ban on all commercial ships from entering ports in Queensland if the ship, or any person onboard, has been in any country outside of Australia within the last 14-days. Read more
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One of the world’s leading online retailers has announced it has achieved a 30 per cent reduction in operational carbon emissions per order.
Coles and Woolworths have announced it is suspending its “click & collect” and some home delivery services for majority of Australian consumers due to unprecedented demand.
Toll has reached an in-principle agreement with its employees at Webb Dock in Melbourne. This ends the industrial action that was impacting Tasmanian businesses that rely on Toll’s shipping service to get their products to market.
Mark Bailey, Transport and Main Roads Minister said trade at the Port of Townsville has increased 4.7 per cent with 7.68 million tonnes of freight going through its gates.
Deliveroo is rolling out a new feature to allow its customers and riders to choose contact-free delivery to combat the spread of coronavirus.
The Chinese Government is continuing to stimulate recovery as factories across the country resume normal operation.
Midwest Logistics Hub in Truganina in Melbourne’s West has a new tenant who has signed a 10-year term.
An American transportation and logistics company has acquired a major stake in Kuehne + Nagel UK contract logistics portfolio.