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  • Feedback sought for PBS scheme

    The National Transport Commission (NTC) is calling for feedback on ways to improve the Performance-Based Standards (PBS) scheme. Read More...

  • Brambles welcomes Amazon to Australia

    New South Wales logistics company, Brambles, has welcomed e-commerce giant Amazon's entry to the Australian market, saying the arrival will drive opportunities. Read More...

  • Cold chain advocacy group formed

    Australia's first advocacy group to improve compliance and standards in the handling of food at all levels of the cold chain has been established at a meeting in Queensland. Read More...

  • Linfox to expand intermodal business

    Linfox has entered into a consortium with Pacific National to purchase the Aurizon containerised freight haulage and end-to-end freight forwarding capability on Queensland’s northern freight line. Read More...

  • Vale Dale Tieman

    It is with great sadness the Tieman family has announced the tragic and sudden passing of Dale Tieman at 61 years of age. Read More...

  • Alex Fraser receives 10 new PBS combinations

    Construction and demolition material recycler, Alex Fraser, has taken delivery of ten Performance-Based Standards approved three-axle dog combinations from Bulk Transport Equipment, pulled by Kenworth T610 prime movers. Read More...

  • Bulk Tanker Day to set industry alight

    Tickets to the National Bulk Tanker Association’s annual Bulk Tanker Day on 31 August at Sydney Motorsport Park are selling fast, with only three weeks to go until the event. Read More...

  • Machin Transport buys 26m A-double

    Sydney-based company, Machin Transport, has acquired a Performance-Based Standards (PBS) approved 26m A-double liquid tanker from steel fabricator, Byford Equipment. Read More...

  • Japan Post prompts Toll Group to act fast

    Michael Byrne, CEO of logistics company, Toll Group, has shared that he is confident in his ability to return the company to profitability, and that Japan Post – which acquired Toll Group in 2015 – has given him orders to “fix it and hurry.” Read More...

  • Tenders called to build Scone Bypass

    Prequalified contractors are being invited to tender to build the $120 million Scone Bypass in New South Wales, which is aimed at removing heavy-vehicles from the town centre. Read More...

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