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Margaret Staib Spearheads Leadership Team as ALC’s New Independent Chair

Year:
2024
Type:
Media Releases, Publication
Topic:
ALC Update
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) proudly announces the appointment of Air Vice Marshal Margaret Staib AM CSC as the Independent Chair, commencing 16 February 2024. The ALC is not just appointing a distinguished leader but is also reshaping the face of the logistics industry with a deeply experienced leadership team committed to driving innovation, efficiency, and sustainability. Staib is an accomplished leader with expertise spanning defence, national security, transport, logistics,...

ALC Submission 2023-24 Budget

Year:
2024
Type:
Publication
Topic:
Budget
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Australian Logistics Council Urges Government Action to Address Industrial Dispute

Year:
2024
Type:
Media Releases, Publication
Topic:
PORTS, Sea Freight
The ongoing industrial action at Australia’s major container freight ports continues to significantly impact Australia's end-to-end supply chains. The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) is concerned about the impact of the protracted negotiations between the Maritime Union of Australia and DP World and the impact of the dispute on supply chain businesses across every state and region in Australia. Australia needs to ensure the smooth functioning of international trade and mitigate any additional increases to the costs of...

Submission to the Commonwealth Government COVID-19 Response Inquiry

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
COVID-19, Planning, Productivity, Resilience
Recommendations The NCM should be recognised as the principle coordinating body between industry and government as it relates to any external challenges to the efficient operation of the Australian freight chain. Promote ongoing education in the public sector regarding the essential services provided by the logistics and supply chain...

Submission to the NSW Renewable Fuel Scheme Discussion Paper

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Emissions Reduction, Sustainability
Forecasts suggest that without a policy to cause the diesel fleet to retire early, diesel heavy vehicle fleet in Australia will remain at around 55 per cent of the total heavy vehicle fleet in 2050 locking in emissions from diesel combustion well past 20501.As Australia makes this transition to a decarbonised economy, decision makers must not forget the need to ensure a resilient and efficient end to end supply chain to carry the Australian freight task.This means that care needs to be taken to ensure that decisions made to...

ALC-Government Dialogue 2023 – 23 November

Year:
2023
Type:
Publication
On 23 November in Canberra, the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) and the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communication and the Arts (DITRDCA) brought together Industry with other Australian Government agencies involved in the national supply chain ecosystem to meet and discuss key issues and priorities.  Check out the gallery below....

Submission to the HVNL Consultation Regulation Impact Statement

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
HEAVY VEHICLES, HVNL
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) is pleased to make a brief submission on the Heavy Vehicle National Law Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (the...

Response to the Independent Strategic Review of the Infrastructure Investment Program

Year:
2023
Type:
Media Releases
Topic:
Critical Infrastructure
For reference, the Independent Strategic Review of the Infrastructure Investment Program - Executive Summary can be accessed here....

Submission to the Risk-Based Heavy Vehicle Inspection Scheme discussion paper

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
HEAVY VEHICLES, Road Safety
The concept of a nationally consistent based risk-based inspection system replacing a fragmented state-based system is appropriate for an industry with operators providing services to a national economy and registering vehicles in several different jurisdictions. This is an issue that has been discussed since 2015, and most recently in 2022. ALC remains supportive of the proposition that the level of vehicle inspection should be tied to operator performance (including operator history) normalised...

Submission to the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy Review

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
NFSCS
The Australian Logistics Council is delighted to submit this document to the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications, and the Arts as a contribution to the Review of the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy. We firmly believe the Strategy serves as a crucial framework that facilitates collaborative endeavours among government entities and industry stakeholders. It plays a pivotal role in securing the enduring resilience and effectiveness of Australia's freight and supply chain...
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