Following a long and successful career in transport and infrastructure, Brendan Bourke, CEO of Port of Melbourne has announced his retirement. Read more
The domestic softwood timber industry in NSW has received a significant boost with the NSW Government directing Forestry Corporation to divert selected softwood log exports impacted by the China trade embargo, to domestic markets. Read more
Today DP World Australia received confirmation that an employee at our Port Botany Terminal had recently attended work while testing positive with Covid-19.
Transport and logistics company, DHL Supply Chain, has named a new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in New Zealand.
Work is being completed on 25 bridges in Tenterfield to allow for Higher Mass Limit (HML) vehicles in a boost to freight productivity across the region.
A new $4.5 million truck staging area is open for business at the Port of Townsville, providing safer access for the 300,000 trucks that pass through the Port gates each year.
Work is about to begin on a $5.5 million upgrade to a one-kilometre section of the Brisbane Valley Highway at Esk, known locally as Ipswich Street.
Landside road transport operators that have experienced exorbitant stevedore infrastructure surcharge increases and funded the capital costs of increased freight volumes have been overlooked in the Port of Melbourne’s 2021 Container Logistics Supply Chain Study (CLCS). Read more
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) will provide a $13.5 million loan to redevelop a food storage and warehouse facility in Alice Springs.
Qube Holdings has announced a deal worth a total consideration of $90 million.