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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
12 ALC’s 2011 – 2013 Strategic Intent To establish the Australian Logistics Council as the ‘go to’ organisation representing the major and national companies participating in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain In December 2010, the ALC Board adopted a new Strategic Plan for 2011-2013. ALC Strategic Plan 2011-2013 Vision Lead advocacy organisation to all levels of Government and industry on freight transport and logistics supply chain regulation and infrastructure issues. Mission To influence national transport and infrastructure, regulation and policy to ensure Australia has safe, secure, reliable, sustainable and internationally competitive supply chains. Objectives Be the nationally recognised voice of Australia’s 1. freight transport and logistics supply chain. Be the leading advocate of appropriate national 2. regulation and infrastructure, to ensure Australia enjoys the full benefits of freight transport and logistics policy development and reform. Promote and encourage greater recognition by 3. Government and the community of the importance of the freight transport and logistics industry’s contribution to Australia’s economy. Outcome The Australian Logistics Council is viewed by all levels of Government and industry as the primary source of information on freight. ALC Strategic Framework