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Editorial
13/10/14 - Victorian Transport Association has raised concerns that the industry will be heavily impacted by the hike in CityLink tolls scheduled to be introduced.
Jacqui Lambie wants Bass Strait as part of national highway
Editorial
04/09/14 - Senator Jacqui Lambie has called on the government to include Bass Strait as part of the National Highway in order to cut freight costs to Tasmania.
Toll will retain the core express freight arm of its KSU entity
Supplier news
21/03/14 - Toll Group has announced the sale of a subsidiary of Toll Express Japan (TXJ), KSU Logistics, to Konoike Corporation for JP$1.8 billion (A$19.5 million).
Too many loads on our roads when rail is the answer
Editorial
17/03/14 - Is rail freight the answer to the high level of trucks and freight on our roads?
Coastal shipping too expensive, regulated: BCA
Editorial
08/01/14 - The Productivity Commission inquiry into Tasmanian shipping and freight has heard there is a need for the Abbott government to deregulate coastal shipping.
Pallet liability can strike in multi-client loads
Supplier news
15/12/13 - Market expert Mr Nelson Joyce observes liabilities during shipment are rarely ever considered by staff preparing pallets for transport.
Supplier news
21/10/13 - The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) congratulates Anthony Albanese on his appointment as Shadow Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.
Rise in the use of rail: report
Editorial
02/10/13 - Australia’s rail industry is growing, with an industry report showing freight and passenger numbers have increased.
The Hon. Terry Mulder, M.P. with Steven Lehrer - Logistics Supervisor, Schenker
Supplier news
17/09/13 - DB Schenker announces the opening of a new $8.5m distribution centre in Altona.
Federal Labor promises assistance for Tasmanian freight costs
Editorial
28/08/13 - The federal government has pledged to provide Tasmanian exporters with $20 million worth of assistance to help send goods across Bass Straight.
Northline win major contract with Rio Tinto
Editorial
27/08/13 - Transport and logistics company Northline have won a major contract with Rio Tinto that will see it transport more than 5000 tonnes of freight annually to the miner’s Alcan Weipa bauxite mine in Queensland.
Toll workers vote in favour of strike action
Editorial
27/08/13 - More than 8000 workers from Australia’s largest logistics company Toll Group could go on strike for 72 hours after voting in favour of protected industrial action.

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