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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2012
Blockage Progress coastal shipping. Develop coastal shipping policies to accommodate environmentally sustainable and efficient freight transport growth. The Commonwealth has tabled bills related to improving the Australian shipping industry, including coastal shipping in Australian vessels. There is a risk that current policy directions may not improve overall efficiency of coastal shipping in the context of growth in the freight task, with potential impacts on dependent industries and on freight diversion to land transport. IA needs to incorporate an effective role for coastal shipping in its Ports and Freight Strategies. TABLE 3 (cont.): Developing clearly articulated freight transport plans ‘Building on the lessons of the last three years, ALC should now review, consolidate its concerns, and identify where there is likely to be the greatest payoff in terms of enhancing freight/ logistics efficiency, reliability and competitiveness into the future.’ Polar Fresh Parkinson DC 99 Sandstone Place, Parkinson, QLD, 4115 Ph 07 3809 8700 Fax 07 3809 8709 321071A_Polar Fresh Cold Chain | 1796.indd 24 2/05/12 10:50 AM 79 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2012 Port Botany’s Third Terminal Site Image provided by Sydney Port Corporation