‘A Case for a National Logistics City’ developed by the Institute for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (ILSCM) has attracted keen interest from industry.
The concept was debated by 0ver 60 representatives from a wide-range of organisations attended the ILSCM and the Victorian Government, Department of Industry, Innovation, and Regional Development (DIIRD) at a one-day strategic workshop last week.
ILSCM’s Director, Dr Pieter Nagel says representatives from key logistics and government organisations included VicRoads and the Port of Melbourne Corporation, along with seven municipal councils — Brimbank; Hobson’s Bay; Maribyrnong; Moonee Valley; Wyndham; Hume; and Whittlesea.
“ ‘A Case for a National Logistics City’ seeks to provide a framework for affordable and achievable integrated development of the region,” Nagel says.
Presentations and documents relating to the national logistics city program are available on: NATIONAL LOGISTICS CITY FOR VICTORIA!