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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2016
94 ALC MEMBER INSIGHTS Getting freight flowing through the Port of Brisbane Managing infrastructure correctly requires considerable foresight. Decisions have to be made well in advance. Large capital outlays are involved, and long periods of time are required to reconfigure grids. One of the most pressing of these decisions relates to the future of the Port of Brisbane, which is widely acknowledged as a world-class facility. Chief Executive of the Port of Brisbane Roy Cummins says a different approach needs to be taken to the balance between the road, rail and shipping modes of transport. ‘The key point to get across is that unless we achieve a more balanced share across all the modes of transport servicing key By David James An interview with Roy Cummins, Chief Executive, Port of Brisbane