National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy
On 18 May 2018, the Council of Australian Governments' Transport and Infrastructure Council agreed a framework for developing a 20-year national Freight and Supply Chain Strategy (the Strategy). An integrated national approach making it faster, easier, and less expensive to move goods will help increase the competitiveness of Australian businesses and our standard of living.
The Strategy will build on the outcomes of the recommendations of the Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities.
Be involved with the Strategy—we need your freight photos!
The Department is seeking photographs that showcase the many facets of the freight and supply chain industry. Selected photos will be used with the published Strategy document.
Important information to note:
By supplying photographs that contain images of either yourself or persons other than yourself, you are providing the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities (the Department) personal information.
In providing these images you declare that you have the agreement of the persons (whose images appear) to do so and you give permission for the Department to make use of the content without compensation in productions, publications, on the web, or other printed or electronic material.
The Department collects any personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.
Twitter users can submit their photos using the hashtag #NationalFreightStrategy or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please limit your image size to less than 10MB.
The deadline to receive photographs is Friday 15 March 2019.
Industry Focus Groups—Summary Report
A series of focus group consultations were held around Australia, between 21 November and 4 December 2018, to test preliminary key elements of the draft National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy. Key outcomes from these meetings can be found here - Industry Focus Groups Summary Report PDF: 875 KB
As an early action of the Strategy, the department is looking to address the need of improving freight data collection and visibility, which has emerged as a key priority from the extensive industry consultation to date. To achieve this, the department has initiated a comprehensive research project through the iMove Cooperative Research Centre (iMove CRC). For further information about this study please visit the iMove CRC Webpage.