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Statistics don’t confirm the TWU’s claims: Natroad
Statistics don’t confirm the TWU’s claims: Natroad
Chief executive officer Warren Clark of Natroad responds to our article last week BITRE confirms Transport Workers Union’s claims.
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Automated vehicle trials can now begin
Automated vehicle trials can now begin
Australian governments are taking steps to move to a new era of mobility, with the launch of national guidelines for trials of automated vehicles.
Double-deep training
Double-deep training
Crown Equipment’s driver training division has launched a new course designed to reduce accidents associated with the use of double-deep and single deep racking systems.
Port of Melbourne ‘good for another 40 years’
Port of Melbourne ‘good for another 40 years’
Infrastructure Victoria has provided advice to government on the future need, timing and location of a second container port for Victoria.
Blockchain in supply chain: research
Blockchain in supply chain: research
'Blockchain in Supply Chain' covers level of awareness, key applications, implementation plans and obstacles to adoption.
BITRE confirms Transport Workers Union’s claims
BITRE confirms Transport Workers Union's claims
The latest statistics from BITRE have underlined the TWU’s claims that truck drivers are overly represented in road statistics.
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Retrofit pallet guides for increased safety
Retrofit pallet guides for increased safety
A new ColbyRACK product increases safety for forklift operators removing pallets from high storage levels.
Payment problems cause business survival concerns
Payment problems cause business survival concerns
More than half of Australian businesses struggling with payment innovation have severe concerns about near-term survival.
Plastic-free blister pack
Plastic-free blister pack
One of the world’s most widely used forms of packaging – the blister pack – can now be made totally in paperboard.
Port 2060: vision for sustainable future of cargo handling
Port 2060: vision for sustainable future of cargo handling
Kalmar has revised its vision for Port 2060 and is launching a new video to depict how the sustainable future of cargo handling will look like in the year 2060.

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