The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has released its latest findings on freight and logistics operator sentiment amid Covid-19.
An additional 600 Performance-Based Standards (PBS) approved High-Productivity Freight Vehicles (HPFV) will need to be enlisted in the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) and be fitted with On-Board Monitoring (OBM) solutions from January 2021.
The Victorian Government is supporting a sustainable future for Victoria’s forestry industry with formal expressions of interest opening for investors and plantation developers to expand the state’s plantation timber supply.
The Victorian Transport Association has called for an ‘attitude of reason’ and not the self-interest that appears to be behind the growing and protracted industrial action at ports around Australia and resolve disputes at the wharves that are beginning to impact supply chains.
The elimination of workforce capacity limits at Victorian warehouses and distribution centres is an encouraging sign, according to the Victorian Transport Association (VTA), that the Victorian economy is starting to emerge from Covid lockdown restrictions in place across the state. Read more