Tuesday 7th Jul, 2020
Applications are open for grants worth $4 million to fund projects that enhance traceability in the food supply chain to improve trust in Australian-grown products.

Grant applications open to improve food supply chain traceability

Applications are open for grants worth $4 million to fund projects that enhance traceability in the food supply chain to…
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Port of Melbourne unveils 30-year plan

The Port of Melbourne has released its 30-year Port Development Strategy, which outlines 10 key projects to improve capacity and…
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More than 63 kilometres of existing rail line has been removed as part of the Inland Rail construction in Parkes, New South Wales.

Major milestone reached on Inland Rail

More than 63 kilometres of existing rail line has been removed as part of the Inland Rail construction in Parkes,…
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Qube acquires mining company for $135M

Logistics company Qube has acquired mining and industrial services company LCR for $135 million. LCR is a specialist provider of…
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Freight travel times between Mount Isa and Townsville will be reduced by 50 minutes due to upgrades undertaken while the rail line received emergency repairs.

Queensland freight rail travel times slashed by 50 minutes

Freight travel times between Mount Isa and Townsville will be reduced by 50 minutes due to upgrades undertaken while the…
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BULK2020 partners with supply chain expo MEGATRANS

For the first time, the Australian Bulk Handling Expo 2020 (BULK2020) will also take place in conjunction MEGATRANS 2020. The…
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Aussie almonds allowed access into Chile after agreement

Australian almonds can now be exported to Chile as the two nations enter into an agreement of new market access…
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EOI open to deliver Gowrie to Kagaru section of Inland Rail

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now open to design, build, finance and maintain the section of Inland Rail from Gowrie…
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The CBH Group will keep its supply chain fees flat in 2019-20, following the $4 per tonne reduction provided to growers and marketers least year.

Viterra switches from rail to road for Eyre Peninsula grain

Grain handling business, Viterra Australia, will no longer supply the Eyre Peninsula by rail. In a bid to provide its…
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