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Federal government to investigate transport needs of South Australia
The federal government has announced it will be investing upwards of $2 million in investigating the future transport needs of South Australia, an initiative which has earned the support of the RAA.
Emirates SkyCargo and Qantas Freight partnership opens new trade opportunities
Emirates SkyCargo and Qantas Freight will offer customers seamless access to each other's networks, marketing cargo capacity to a combined total of 233 ports across six continents (subject to regulatory approval).
Government initiates corporate support to keep mature-aged people in jobs
Treasury Wine Estates lodge plans with Playford Council for $20m wine distribution centre and warehouse for Penfield
A $20 MILLION warehouse and distribution centre set to be built in Penfield could create as many as 50 local jobs.
Your career in the Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport industry could start here
Thinking of going back to study to pursue a career in one of the largest industries in Australia? The David Hay scholarships will be offered to successful applicants who aspire to advance their career in the Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport industry.
Qantas plans new business model as it absorbs AaE into its freight business
QANTAS Freight plans to make a decision next month on its new business model in the wake of Australian air Express (AaE) becoming a fully-owned Qantas. business
Rail CEOs name big issues for 2013
The CEOs of Australia and New Zealand’s major rail operators give their views on the biggest issues facing their organisations, their major focuses for 2013 and what their operations might look like in 10 years time*.
Experts say the road to riches is more infrastructure spending
AUSTRALIA must fast-track new roads, railways, bridges and ports to secure prosperity as the mining boom fades, key members of the Reserve Bank have warned.
NTC reminds Australians to join discussion on new road technology
The National Transport Commission (NTC) is reminding all Australians that they have the
opportunity to make a submission to the Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) Regulatory Policy Issues discussion paper before submissions close on 31 January 2013.
Supply chain coordinators in high demand
Supply chain coordinators and transport managers are among the most sought professionals in the transport and logistics sector this year.
Iron Road unveils proposal to build export facility at Cape Hardy, between Tumby Bay and Port Neill on the Eyre Peninsula
IRON Road has unveiled its own deep water port proposal for Cape Hardy on the Eyre Peninsula - 15km from Centrex Metals' proposed port.
State govt unveils mining, energy support
THE State Government has outlined plans to support development of critical infrastructure needed to drive expansion of the mining and energy sector, assigning agencies and timelines to each of its actions.
Treasury Wine Estates introduces Australian first logistics model
A first for the Australian wine sector, Trebuchet Logistics will use a fourth party logistics model (4PL) to manage the warehousing and distribution requirements of Treasury Wine Estates (TWE), as part of a joint venture announced today.
New research reveals size and shape of Australia’s transport industry
Trader Classifieds has revealed the size and shape of Australia’s transport industry today releasing the Transport Census 2012 in a free iPad app.
Cautious K&S likes the outlook
Robotics team navigates its way to success
The technology can also be effectively developed for use in building maintenance devices and can be extended to other infrastructure maintenance/condition monitoring such as the mapping of road or rail infrastructure to detect possible defects.
New rail safety standard to begin in January
An updated safety standard for rail workers will come into effect on January next year when the National Rail Safety Regulator begins.
National safety guidelines loom for domestic shipping
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) says streamlining commercial shipping regulations will make it cheaper to transport goods by sea.
Tablets to keep Linfox fleet rolling
Linfox is set to roll out a new mobile machine-to-machine (M2M) solution for its fleet of vehicles across the Asia-Pacific region.
Parafield plan cleared for take-off
The Federal Government has approved a redrafted master plan for Parafield Airport, paving the way for a significant increase in air traffic at the site.