TWU continues pressure on Coles after Woolworths comes around

TWU continues pressure on Coles after Woolworths comes around
Photo courtesy of DAF Trucks Australia.

Photo courtesy of DAF Trucks Australia.

One half of the Supermarket duopoly, Woolworths, has made encouraging public commitments to playing their part in tackling the lethal pressures in trucking while the other half, Coles, continues to stick their head in the sand.

Woolworths has recently announced the company

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