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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2012
66 FORUM 2012 CONCLUSION With Australia's population expected to balloon to 35 million by the middle of the century, infrastructure -- rail, roads, seaports and airports -- will be under pressure to move people and their economy. The logistics sector, though, is too often considered an inconvenience rather than a contributor to the Australian economy. Government, operators, and customers have a stake in shaping and renewing the assets that underpin our economy. 'Logistics solutions are like a Swiss clock; all parts must work perfectly and in unison,' Mr Albanese told the forum at its outset. While progress has been achieved, hurdles to an integrated and efficient transport system remain. On show during the forum were the determination and ideas to remove them.