Supply Chain

Work has commenced on improving Tasmania's state road network under the $100 million Freight Capacity Upgrade Program. This program aims to increase the freight capacity of critical and regional freight routes throughout Tasmania by strengthening or replacing various bridges and improving sections of roads, ultimately increasing...

The supply chains of today are significantly different to the supply chains of the not too distant past. However what remains constant throughout times of change is the fact that an organisation's supply chain is not just another business function, it is a critical business...

The first seven weeks of 2023 has seen 50+ Asia-Europe westbound sailings cancelled, with the chance that carriers could decide to blank more sailings if demand continues to decrease more than expected. According to Alphaliner, Ocean Alliance members CMA CGM, Cosco, OOCL and Evergreen have voided...

China has agreed to a meeting with Australia's Trade Minister Don Farrell, raising wine exporters' hopes that current trade restrictions may be lifted, allowing for the free flow of Australian wine into the Chinese market. These trade restrictions, put into place in March 2021 amid rising...

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is currently conducting compliance sampling of containers to verify that the Verified Gross Mass (VGM) requirements of Marine Order 42 (Carriage, stowage and securing of cargoes and containers) 2016 ('MO42') are being met. The MO42 requires shippers to ensure that...

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