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2023-24 Budget Submission

Year:
2023
Type:
Submissions, Publication
Topic:
Advocacy, Budget
...

Submission to the Road and Rail Supply Chain Resilience Review October 2022

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Advocacy, COVID-19, Efficiency, Modal Shift, Skills
...

Employment White Paper

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Skills
To overcome the skills and labour shortages in Australia will require a holistic approach, creating policy solutions that consider skills development, participation, and migration. This approach will need to be underpinned by industry engagement to identify current and future labour demands and skills as well as to identify gaps in current education offerings, funding and immigration...

Submission to the Independent Inland Rail Review

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Critical Infrastructure, Efficiency, Freight, INLAND RAIL, Planning
...

Submission to the National Electric Vehicle Strategy

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Data, Planning, Road User Charge, Sustainability
...

Submission to the Road and Rail Supply Chain Resilience Review

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
COVID-19, Critical Infrastructure, Modal Shift, Planning, Skills
...

Towards a Sustainable Australian Supply Chain

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Media
...

Review of IA Can Strengthen the Future of Freight

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Media
In a submission to the independent review of Infrastructure Australia (IA), the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has called for action and implementation, rather than review and duplication. ALC has worked closely with IA and successive governments to deliver the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy (NFSCS) and advance the development of the National Urban Freight Planning Principles (the principles), which together form a strong foundation for the future work of...

ALC Submission to the Inquiry into the Public Health and Other Legislation (Further Extension of Expiring Provisions) Amendment Bill 2022

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Media
Friday 4 March 2022 Committee Secretary Community Support and Services Committee Parliament House George Street BRISBANE QLD 4000 Dear Committee Secretary The Australian Logistics...

ALC Submission to Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022 and the Associated Risk Management Program Rules Structure 

Year:
2022
Type:
Submissions
Topic:
Media
Introduction The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022 (the Bill). The ALC is the peak national body representing major companies participating in the freight logistics industry. ALC’s policy focus is on delivering enhanced end-to-end supply chain efficiency,...
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