The Ai Group has urged governments to help reduce cross-border chaos for businesses involved in the movement of goods. Ai Group CEO Innes Willox told Radio National is it “essential” for governments to act to prevent the economy from quick “atrophy”. “We have to have continuity around what is happening at our state borders to … Continue reading Movement of goods across borders must flow, Ai Group says
According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission released this week, stevedoring costs are at their lowest point since records began.
According to the CEO of Brickworks, it is two times cheaper to send a brick to Sydney from Spain than from Perth.
A new, automated freight hub at Moorebank is planned to open in 2017, with the federal government approving a land development at the site.
TNT has opened its 78,000m2 ‘super hub’, the first of three super hubs to be opened by the global express delivery company this year.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott looks set to announce an increase in funding for the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme today.
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) will commence a fortnightly service for Tasmanian exporters in late February.
Senator Jacqui Lambie and MP Andrew Wilkie, both Tasmanian federal independents, have teamed up to fight high Bass Strait freight costs.
Senator Jacqui Lambie has called on the government to include Bass Strait as part of the National Highway in order to cut freight costs to Tasmania.