The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has called on the government to more carefully consider which additional freight and logistics assets will be subject to the national critical infrastructure legislation. Read more
Australian freight data has taken a leap forward with the launch of the National Freight Data Hub prototype website. Read more
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
Patrick Terminals has been notified of further “Protected Industrial Action” from the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA).
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?
A report has forecasted that Australia will increase its total services exports by $45 billion by 2025, with transport and distribution responsible for 5.5 per cent and global B2B services to be the main driver of global export growth.
Road transport is playing a critical role in moving freight through the Victorian stage four lockdown, continuing to operate in metropolitan Melbourne to deliver essential items to stock shelves of every supermarket.
The newly established Freight Industry Reference Panel held its first meeting on Wednesday July 15, kick-starting its vital work to drive delivery of the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy.
Transport for NSW has reviewed operations for the freight industry and have created an additional permit as of close of business Thursday 9 July that will enable critical workers in the transport sector to be exempt from self-isolation measures.