Supply Chain Productivity
Building our capacity.
Australia’s urban freight task alone is expected to grow by sixty per cent by 2040 and our infrastructure is already groaning under the weight of capacity constraints. Modal shift, 24/7 operability and the capacity to expand the operating footprint are critical to lifting output and contributing to broader economic growth.
Preparing for, and responding to, disruptions necessitates a pragmatic and collaborative approach between industry and governments based on what we’ve learnt through the COVID pandemic, geopolitical tensions and extreme weather events.
Allowing room to move
Encouraging modal shift
Building supply chain resilience
Our work is focused on improving productivity in the end to end supply chain, find out more by reading our submissions and policies.
During the 2022 Federal Election, ALC called on candidates to deliver on five priority areas.
ALC contributed to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security on the Security Legislation Amendment.
ALC made a submission to the Productivity Commission in relation to the reference on Australia’s Maritime Logistics System.
Delivered a pre-budget submission relating to the 2022-23 Federal Budget.