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ALC Statement on the Infrastructure and Transport Ministers’ Meeting of 28 May 2021

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2021
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The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) believe the results of the Infrastructure and Transport Ministers Meeting (ITMM) held on 28 May 2021 was a mixed bag for the transport and logistics industry and accelerated reform is required to best support industry to meet the challenges of...

The 2021 Inland Rail Conference: Connecting Regions And Building Australia 

Year:
2021
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The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) and the Australasian Railways Association (ARA) welcomed leaders from across the industry to the Albury-Wodonga region to attend the third Inland Rail Conference held on 25-27 May 2021, which was opened by Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack. The Inland Rail project, now well and truly in the construction phase, will create a corridor of commerce, bringing to regional Australia sustainable quality...

ALC Calls On Prompt Amendment To The Heavy Vehicle National Law

Year:
2021
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At a Senate Rural and Regional Affairs Committee meeting held in Canberra today representatives of the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) called for swift implementation of any amendments to the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) agreed to at the next meeting of the Infrastructure and Transport Ministers’ Meeting (ITMM). At an inquiry examining the importance of a viable, safe, sustainable and efficient road transport industry, ALC asked the...

ALC Calls For A National Approach On Electric Vehicle Road User Charges 

Year:
2021
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Media Releases
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Media
At a Senate Economics Committee meeting held in Melbourne today to consider the COAG Road Reform Fund (No Electric Vehicle Taxes) Bill 2020, representatives of the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) called for a national approach to imposing road user charges on electric vehicles.It told the Committee it is imperative all road users should pay the road user charges necessary to permit the construction and maintenance of the roads Australia needs both now and in the future as excise revenues reduce.However,...

Mandatory Telematics Through The National Operating Standard Ensures HVNL Compliance

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2021
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A National Operating Standard Lifts Safety Requirements In Line With Other Comparable Heavy Vehicle Industries 

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2021
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National Operating Standard Promotes Phased Roll Out Of Mandatory Telematics For Operators Within The Heavy Vehicle National Law

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2021
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A National Operating Standard Supports The Heavy Vehicle National Law To Deliver On Its Primary Duty 

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2021
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National Operating Standard Shows How Mandatory SMS Will Reduce Audit Duplication For Heavy Vehicles Operators

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2021
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 Vaccine Access For High Risk Workers In Australia’s Supply Chain Industry Is Critical FINAL

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2021
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