Supply chains of agricultural products, such as mangoes, will be studied. ©  Mango Plantation Norther Territory Australia
Supply chains of agricultural products, such as mangoes, will be studied. © Mango Plantation Norther Territory Australia

Study to address 'inefficient' supply chains in northern Australia

8 July 2019

A study has been launched to improve agricultural supply chains in northern Australia.

The year-long study, announced by the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA), will address “issues associated with expensive and inefficient supply chains across the north”.

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