ALC welcomes Sydney Gateway progress – Trailer magazine, 13 September 2018
ALC and ATA release Safety Summit action points – ATN, 12 September 2018
Safety summit critical for trucking industry – Big Rigs, 11 September 2018Continue Reading ...
Political heavyweights heading to Parkes for Inland Rail Project conference – Central Western Daily, 9 July 2018Continue Reading ...
Strategy for transport and logistics future in 12 actions – ATN, 13 March 2018
ALC Forum 2018 panel talks diversity in the industry – The DCN, 12 March 2018
Truck policies missing in McCormack Speech – ATN, 8 March 2018
Albo talks infrastructure at ALC Forum 2018 – The DCN, 8 March 2018
New deputy PM McCormack lays out vision for freight and logistics – The DCN, 8 March 2018
Deputy PM acknowledges logistics industry – Prime Mover, 8 March 2018Continue Reading ...
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) is excited to announce the inaugural Supply Chain Technology Summit 2018 will take place on Thursday, 10 May, onsite and in partnership with MEGATRANS2018 in Melbourne.
Technology is a major component of the logistics supply chain and will play a dominant role in the supply chains of the future.
Sessions will focus on the role of technology in road, rail, sea and air transport, as well ports, intermodal terminals, warehousing and all components of the supply chain industry.
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Throughout ALC’s ongoing industry engagement on development of the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, one of the most consistent issues raised has been the increasingly difficulty of making deliveries in CBD areas.
This issue came into sharp focus this morning, when ALC presented at Online Retail Logistics 2017.
To put it bluntly, Australia’s cities are not freight-friendly. This is an inevitable consequence of planning systems that fail to properly account for freight movement.
Moreover, unless remedial action is taken, the ...Continue Reading ...
Development of an industry master code of practice for heavy vehicle safety is progressing well with the project receiving $200,000 of Commonwealth Government funding assistance under the NHVR’s Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative program.
NHVR CEO Sal Petroccitto said the industry-wide master code will provide consistent and risk-based approaches to improving safety and compliance with the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).
“Led by the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) and the Australian Trucking Association (ATA), the master code will help adopters to identify, ...Continue Reading ...
ALC Forum is the largest and most influential gathering of leaders and key policy makers in the Australian freight industry, debating and discussing the critical issues impacting the efficiency and safety of Australia’s supply chains.
After a hugely successful event in Melbourne earlier this year, ALC is pleased to announce that ALC Forum will return to Royal Randwick in Sydney next year on 6-8 March 2018.
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Panel for national freight and supply chain inquiry – International Transport Journal, 14 March 2017
Austroads says better ‘visibility’ will improve supply chain – Trailer Magazine, 14 March 2017
Report finds visibility key to freight supply chain efficiency – Logistics & Material Handling, 14 March 2017
Industry panel for national freight inquiry announced – Logistics & Material Handling, 11 March 2017
Super funds and the future of infrastructure – Lloyd’s List Australia, 10 March 2017Continue Reading ...