Media Releases 2012

ALC Commends NSW Government on Steps to Improve Freight Efficiency – 13 December 212

ALC Initial Response to the Heavy Vehicle Charging and Investment Reform Project – 11 December 2012

Local Government Red Tape Impeding Freight Efficiency – 4 December 2012

ALC Support for Compulsory Telematics Technology and Safety Codes – 27 November 2012

NSW Takes Important First Steps to Improve Freight Efficiency – 20 November 2012

Air Freight must be core business at Airports and ALC Position Paper on Airports – 13 November 2013

Stevedoring Code of Practice Needs to Reflect Best Practice – 30 October 2012

Improving National Productivity Through the Sale of Public Assets – 18 October 2012

ALC Welcomes Long Term Thinking on Freight in NSW Infrastructure Strategy – 3 October 2012

National Land Freight Strategy Provides a Solid Foundation – 7 September 2012

Work Still to be Done to Make NSW the Premier State for Freight – 4 September 2012

Exporters told Asciano’s Port Botany Redevelopment Critical to Improving Efficiency and Productivity – 24 August 2012

ALC to Focus on Efficient Use of Pallets in the Supply Chain – 1 August 2012

Single National Regulator for Heavy Vehicles One Step Closer – 31 July 2012

ALC Statement on Somerton Blockade – 16 July 2012

ALC Welcomes Freight Backbone in Infrastructure Australia Report to COAG – 13 July 2012

Improving Heavy Vehicle Safety Through Industry Driven Safety Codes – 30 June 2012

Origin takes the lead to keep Queensland roads safe – 20 June 2012

Infrastructure and Finance Reform Report Recognises Key Freight Issues – 14 June 2012

Freight and Logistics Infrastructure Critical to NSW’s Future Growth – 12 June 2012

National Transport Laws Need to Feature at National Economic Forum – 12 June 2012

Change to Coastal Trading Bill Recognises the Importance of Freight – 31 May 2012

Setting Sail on Nationally Consistent Maritime Safety Laws – 25 May 2012

Shipping Reforms Must Recognise Important Role of Freight – 23 May 2012

ALC Statement on TWU Claims – 16 May 2012

Heavy Vehicle National Law Needs the ‘Can Do’ Treatment –  15 May 2012

New Industry Working Group to Drive Supply Chain Efficiencies – 10 May 2012

Freight focus welcome in Federal Budget – 8 May 2012

Business Leaders Urged to Advocate National Transport Reforms – 11 April 2012

Capital City Report Shows Room for Improvement on Infrastructure and Freight – 2 April 2012

Release of Towards an Efficient Freight Future at the ALC Forum – 29 March 2012

Getting the right infrastructure in the right place at the right time – 28 March 2012

Safety Takes Centre Stage at ALC Forum 2012 – 21 March 2012

Shipping Reforms, Port Efficiency and Industrial Relations to Dominate at ALC Forum 2012 – 14 March 2012

Efficient Intermodal Freight a Critical Component of our Future Economy – 8 March 2012

Re-appointment of Anthony Albanese – 2 March 2012

Safe Rates Legislation More About Industrial Relations Than Improving Safety – 2 March 2012

Editorial by Michael Kilgariff on the Road Safety Remuneration Bill – 29 February 2012

Australia’s Position in the Global Supply Chain to be Discussed by Industry Leaders – 29 February 2012

ALC Statement to House of Representatives Committee on the Road Safety Remuneration Bill 2011 – 15 February 2012

Over 500 billion reasons to attend the Australian Logistics Council Forum 2012 – 14 February 2012

The COAG Report Highlights Risks to Transport Reforms – 3 Februray 2012

Proposed Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal Will Not Improve Safety or Increase Productivity – 31 January 2012