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  • Government to transform small business funding access with $2B boost

    The Federal Government will significantly enhance access to funds for small business across the country through the introduction of a $2 billion Australian Business Securitisation Fund. Read More...

  • DP World on enterprise agreement talks

    Logistics service provider, DP World Australia, has claimed that the Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union used a safety issue at one of its terminals as a stunt to push an industrial agenda. Read More...

  • ACCC clears the way for Quadrant acquisition

    The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission has decided not to oppose energy company, Santos’, proposed acquisition of oil and gas company, Quadrant Energy. Read More...

  • Bunnings snags Port of Brisbane expansion

    Hardware store company, Bunnings Warehouse, has agreed to terms on a 10,000 square metre expansion of its distribution facility at the Port of Brisbane’s Port West estate. Read More...

  • Toll expands partnership with Coles

    Transport and logistics company, Toll, has announced long-term contract plans with supermarket company, Coles, to reinforce logistics support in Queensland and Victoria. Read More...

  • Regional road-sharing campaign promotes safety

    A new road safety initiative designed to improve regional road sharing between large agricultural vehicles and other road users is being rolled out to coincide with the up-coming summer harvest period. Read More...

  • Farmers to win Harvest tyres in National Ag Day competition

    Australian Tyre Traders is running a competition via Facebook and Instagram in the lead-up to National Agriculture Day – an annual event that celebrates the good that farmers do each year. Read More...

  • Redarc announces strategic partnership

    South Australia-based electronics company, Redarc, has partnered with Defa, a Norwegian business that provides a range of products and services associated with charging, pre-heating, electric vehicle charging as well as vehicle security. Read More...

  • Mainfreight confirms Q3 2018 growth and profitability

    Transport and logistics company, Mainfreight, has unveiled its financial results for the six months ended 30 September 2018, citing an increase in sales revenues across the Australian arm of the business with $341.7 million – up $48.79 million (16.7 per cent) compared to the same period last year. Read More...

  • Heavy vehicle knowledge transfer at crossroads: ARTSA

    The Australian Road Transport Suppliers Association has highlighted concerns about knowledge transfer in the wider road transport industry following its well-received heavy vehicle training course this week. Read More...

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