With vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices often on newspaper front pages, we ask CBRE’s James Jorgensen what’s next for Australian life sciences real estate.
Joachim Schaut, Vice President Intercontinental Supply Chain Solutions for DB Schenker, speaks to MHD about how the Ever Given’s infamous blockage of the Suez Canal was just the final straw in an already stretched supply chain, and how the past year’s challenges will shape the future of global freight.
As Victoria enters a one-week hard lockdown, the Australian Logistics Council has encouraged all Australian governments to follow the Domestic Border Control Freight Movement Protocol. Read more
Under the hard border closure, freight drivers are exempt from South Australia’s lockdown due to COVID-19. What does this mean for truck drivers and the local supply chain?
An Australian based technology platform is transforming contact tracing in high-risk industries with the ability for a workplace to run a contact trace within seconds, before the Department of Health and Human Services initiate an investigation on a suspected or positive COVID-19 case.
Seqirus, a subsidiary of Victorian-based global biopharmaceutical leader CSL, will invest more than $800 million to build a major new biotech manufacturing facility in Melbourne, worth $300 million to the local supply chain.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced the removal of workforce caps for meat processing facilities, as part of a widespread relaxation of restrictions in the city.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced Melbourne will move out of stage 4 lockdown from 11:59pm on Tuesday 27 October. The announcement will allow certain supply chain industries to return to 100 per workforce capacity following 15 weeks of restrictions.
Employers in high-risk industries including meat and seafood processing, supermarket and food distribution centres are required to conduct surveillance testing, with a new workplace saliva testing trial beginning next week in Victoria.
Australia Post has announced the extension of its Pharmacy Home Delivery Service for a further six months. Pharmacies around the country will continue to offer free delivery on prescriptions to their most vulnerable customers needing essential medicines delivered to their door.