Container trucks arrive at Port Botany's maritime dock near Sydney. GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images
Container trucks arrive at Port Botany's maritime dock near Sydney. GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images

Regulatory reform essential for Australian freight

19 August 2019

Australia needs to invest more effectively in freight infrastructure and use regulatory reforms to prevent supply chain disruptions, according to a trade body.

Following last week’s release of the Australian Infrastructure Audit 2019, the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has called for action to resolve "congestion, bottlenecks in regional supply chains and inconsistent and outdated regulatory regimes".

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