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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2014
Delegates to the ALC Forum 2014 expressed optimism – and some bullishness – for the freight logistics industry, mainly due to the change in the political landscape. The Forum heard the Federal Minister for Infrastructure, Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss, express his commitment to the inland rail project, regulatory reform and infrastructure generally. The New South Wales Minister for Roads and Ports, Duncan Gay, told the Forum about his government’s historic funding for infrastructure, its commitment to regulatory reform, and a raft of projects to remove bottlenecks and improve logistics in New South Wales. ALC chair Don Telford told the Forum that ALC had been encouraged by developments, but will be watching to ensure government follows through with promises. And an array of CEOs, senior business leaders and government officials discussed why it is Time to Deliver to improve supply chain efficiency in Australia. Michael Byrne L-R Michael Kilgariff, The Hon Warren Truss MP, Don Telford John Mullen