During Mental Health Month, the Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation is encouraging the road transport, warehousing and logistics industries to “make mental health as everyday as safety.”
The National Road Freighters Association and the Transport Workers’ Union have signed a memorandum of understanding to advocate for a more safer and sustainable industry.
The winners of the Women in Industry awards for 2020 have been announced. Women representing some of Australia’s leading companies in the industrial sector have been recognised for their achievements in their workplaces.
Japan’s leading carrier, Yamato Holdings, has partnered with UK based international ecommerce solutions provider, Doddle, to create a proprietary nationwide PUDO network. This follows Doddle’s long term partnership with Australia Post to power their Collect & Return network.
Representatives from Australian road transport and logistics industries have joined forces to launch Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation. It’s the first single national industry-wide approach to tackling mental health and wellbeing.
A global advisory and investment firm has announced it has closed a deal with supply chain giant, Kings Transport Group, to refinance the company’s incumbent bank valued at $8M AUD, enabling Kings to execute its transformation plan.
The world’s leading logistics provider has headhunted the man who played a large role in launching Google’s first Android devices in Asia Pacific as DHL’s new Head of Innovation at its first dedicated centre for innovative logistics services in the Asia Pacific region.
Australia’s number one employment marketplace has revealed new figures that show Australia’s job market is making progress, with manufacturing, transport and logistics among the top industries for employment opportunities. Read more
On May 18, the Victorian Government announced a $2.7 billion Building Works package to drive major transport investment as part of the state’s COVID-19 economic recovery. Read more
Airline staff stood down due to the current pandemic are being hired to help companies meet unprecedented demand.