A $1.5 million project is underway to restore one of the oldest lift span bridges along the Murray River, ensuring the bridge delivers safer journeys for the freight industry along the New South Wales and Victoria border.
E-commerce has proven to be a key driver to maintaining and even boosting business in 2020. New research from a leading parcel delivery service reveals that online retailers will continue to work hard to drive online sales this year.
Victoria will go into another Stage 4 lockdown from 11.59pm tonight. Find out which essential workers and providers will be operating amid delivery demand in the lead up to Valentines Day on February 14.
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has called on Australian Governments to consider the development of a national operating standard for heavy vehicle operators as part of a review of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).
Industrial property in Western Sydney remains in high demand, with government projects resulting in the relocation of businesses and industries within the path of the Sydney Metro West Rail. Read more
Coles is the first major retailer to launch 90-minute rapid click and collect in Australia, now available at more than 400 supermarkets nationally.
The next generation industrial precinct, which has a total end value in excess of $300 million, will consolidate the Yatala region’s position as one of the major distribution hubs for South East Queensland.
The Port of Melbourne and Qube have secured a short-term agreement which makes available empty container park (ECP) capacity for up to 9,000 Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEU).
Woolworths has announced plans to invest more than $50 million over the next three years to help equip its team with new skills and capabilities for the retail industry of the future. The Fund is expected to support training for more than 60,000 Woolworths team members over three years across its store and e-commerce operations, supply chain network and support offices.
New research undertaken by Manhattan Associates has revealed that Australians desire contactless shopping, delivery and collection options following COVID-19. The research shows that nearly 60% of Australian shoppers are more likely to purchase and collect retail goods without human interaction (such as online ordering for contactless click and collect) compared with before COVID-19.