1381.1 thousand tonnes of freight
Moved in 2018
51.7 million tonnes of freight
Moved in 2016
219.9 billion tkm of freight
Moved in 2017
413.5 billion tkm of freight
Moved in 2016
Figures from Freight Performance Dashboard
The Australian Logistics Council represents the major Australian logistics supply chain customers, providers, infrastructure owners and suppliers. Our members span the entire supply chain, incorporating road, rail, sea, air, sea ports and intermodal ports.
ALC chief executive Kirk Coningham said “The middle of a pandemic is hardly the right time for the MUA to be adding complications to freight movement by pursuing industrial action. This is a time when we all need to work collaboratively to get through the challenge of COVID-19.” https://t.co/yvntU4W4cw
ALC has enjoyed working with @truckaustralia CEO @bgmaguire on crucial matters for the #freight and #logistics industry – including development of a Master Code for heavy vehicle safety and delivering joint safety events. We wish Ben all the best for the next stage of his career. https://t.co/4IHuW4XRuy
ATA CEO Ben Maguire will leave the organisation in late September 2020 to take up a commission as an officer in the Royal Australian Navy.
“My time at the ATA, representing this proud industry, has been a career highlight for me," @bgmaguire said.
ALC has has urged the Victorian government to work with industry to reduce potential disruptions.
National distribution centres in Victoria handle supplies of clothing, appliances and other everyday items for shops around the country. @FinancialReview
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