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  • Strengthening Queensland’s Supply Chains « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    Land Based Logistics Industry Transport and the Environment Industry Links Government Bodies Other Government Bodies Competition Bodies Representative Bodies Industry Bodies Gallery Contact Latest News IA Releases National Land Freight Strategy LNG Surat Basin Supply Chain Draft NSW Freight and Ports Strategy IceCold Trial Delivers Fuel and Carbon Emission Savings In2Green Improving Freight Industry s Bottom Line Through Eco Practices QTLC Rail Forum Strengthening Queensland s Supply Chains Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill Introduced to QLD Parliament NHVR CEO Appointed QTLC Newsletter December Edition Sign up to Newsletter Email address Strengthening Queensland s Supply Chains The QTLC is developing a report aimed at making strategic and operational recommendations to improve the development and sustainability of efficient and productive supply chains in Queensland To achieve interconnectivity of supply chains a better integration of modes is integral The machination of freight is complex and actions to address impediments need to take into consideration upstream and downstream impacts The Strengthening Queensland s Supply Chains 2013 2015 report will critique freight transport and logistics issues according to relevant factors including but not limited to Mode Industry Key supply chains Freight networks and corridors Governance Regulation and reform Infrastructure planning and prioritisation Investment and

    Original URL path: http://www.qtlc.com.au/strengthening-queenslands-supply-chains/ (2013-02-03)
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  • Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill Introduced to QLD Parliament « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    and the Environment Industry Links Government Bodies Other Government Bodies Competition Bodies Representative Bodies Industry Bodies Gallery Contact Latest News IA Releases National Land Freight Strategy LNG Surat Basin Supply Chain Draft NSW Freight and Ports Strategy IceCold Trial Delivers Fuel and Carbon Emission Savings In2Green Improving Freight Industry s Bottom Line Through Eco Practices QTLC Rail Forum Strengthening Queensland s Supply Chains Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill Introduced to QLD Parliament NHVR CEO Appointed QTLC Newsletter December Edition Sign up to Newsletter Email address Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill Introduced to QLD Parliament The Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill 2012 was introduced into Queensland Parliament on 13 November 2012 and is expected to be passed in early 2013 depending on the Government s parliamentary priorities This Amendment Bill deals with a range of policy and technical matters that remained unresolved at the time the first Bill was introduced in August 2012 and will in effect replace that legislation Prior to its passage through Queensland Parliament the Bill will be reviewed by the Transport Housing and Local Government Parliamentary Committee Passage of the second Amendment Bill allows other states and territories to enact the legislation in their

    Original URL path: http://www.qtlc.com.au/heavy-vehicle-national-law/ (2013-02-03)
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  • NHVR CEO Appointed « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    Practices QTLC Rail Forum Strengthening Queensland s Supply Chains Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill Introduced to QLD Parliament NHVR CEO Appointed QTLC Newsletter December Edition Sign up to Newsletter Email address NHVR CEO Appointed The National Heavy Vehicle Regulatory NHVR Board Chair Bruce Baird recently announced the appointment of the NHVR s CEO Richard Hancock Previously Mr Hancock was the Project Director of the NHVR office responsible for the

    Original URL path: http://www.qtlc.com.au/nhvr-ceo-appointed/ (2013-02-03)
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  • QTLC Newsletter December Edition « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    the draft Strategy identifies a series of actions to achieve network efficiency capacity and sustainability through government mechanisms including policy reform program delivery and infrastructure investment The draft Strategy also responds to Infrastructure Australia s National Port Strategy and the National Land Freight Strategy and is consistent with the objectives of the NSW Long Term Transport Master Plan The draft Strategy was developed following consultation with freight operators commodity producers and industry representatives from a range of industries across metropolitan and regional NSW Community perspectives on topics such as congestion noise and emissions have also informed the development of freight specific objectives which reflect the importance of the freight transport network for a competitive and productive NSW economy as well as the need to integrate freight transport with other productive and non productive activities and land uses For more information on the draft NSW Freight and Ports Strategy or to provide comments go to http freightandportsstrategy transport nsw gov au the strategy The final Strategy is due to be released in mid 2013 LNG Surat Basin Supply Chain The Over Dimensional Vehicle Cargo Workshop was held on the 26 July Hosted by the Port of Brisbane the objective of the Workshop was to identify impediments to the efficient transport of over dimensional OD cargo from the Port of Brisbane using supply chain corridors to the Surat Bowen and Galilee basins The Workshop was well attended by representatives from the QTLC Port of Brisbane heavy haulage industry Department of Transport and Main Roads TMR Queensland Trucking Association QTA and CSG companies The high number of movements expected into the Surat Basin and the curfew arrangements on over dimensional loads during Christmas and Easter periods emerged as critical impediments to the efficient movement of excess dimensional loads In response the QTLC has

    Original URL path: http://www.qtlc.com.au/355/ (2013-02-03)
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  • Latest News « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    QTLC Rail Forum Strengthening Queensland s Supply Chains Heavy Vehicle National Law Amendment Bill Introduced to QLD Parliament NHVR CEO Appointed QTLC Newsletter December Edition Sign up to Newsletter Email address Latest News National Transport Commission to host forum in Brisbane in October with port and supply chain experts The National Transport Commission is hosting a series of interactive invite only roundtable forums with international port and supply chain experts to promote cohesion across port supply chains and improve productivity Read more New TMR Structure Values Freight QTLC Media Release 2nd August 2012 The new structure for the Department of Transport and Main Roads was unveiled yesterday by Director General Michael Caltabiano The logical re structure of the Department has seen an alignment of operational Read more QTLC Submission on Role of NTC The QTLC was recently invited to provide a submission to the 2012 Review of the National Transport Commission NTC and Other Relevant Transport Bodies Transport Ministers agreed in November 2011 Read more NHVR Start Delayed While the National Heavy Regulator was due to commence on the 1st January 2013 a number of media sources have reported that the start will be delayed until most likely Read more Shipping Reforms Commence The Federal Labor Government s landmark shipping reforms came into effect on the 1st July 2012 The tax reforms including the establishment of the Australian International Shipping Register AISR are designed Read more QTLC Freight Smart Grant Scheme The QTLC together with Transport and Main Roads offered to 2 grants of 50 000 with the aim of encouraging and supporting Queensland based industries in identifying trialling and evaluating innovative Read more New QLD Infrastructure Investment Unit A new standalone unit aimed at fostering investment partnerships that deliver positive infrastructure outcomes has been set up within the Queensland

    Original URL path: http://www.qtlc.com.au/category/news-latest/page/2/ (2013-02-03)
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  • Slideshow « Gallery « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    QTLC Priorities Charter Freight Council Network QTLC Membership Stakeholders News projects Latest News QTLC At Work Working Groups Transport Logistics Industry Road Transport Industry Rail Transport Industry Maritime Transport Industry Air Transport Industry Land Based Logistics Industry Transport and the Environment Industry Links Government Bodies Other Government Bodies Competition Bodies Representative Bodies Industry Bodies Gallery Contact Gallery This is the gallery area Here you can view selected images from the

    Original URL path: http://www.qtlc.com.au/gallery/?show=slide (2013-02-03)
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  • Disclaimer « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    QTLC Membership Stakeholders News projects Latest News QTLC At Work Working Groups Transport Logistics Industry Road Transport Industry Rail Transport Industry Maritime Transport Industry Air Transport Industry Land Based Logistics Industry Transport and the Environment Industry Links Government Bodies Other

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  • Legal « Queensland Transport and Logistics Council
    QTLC Membership Stakeholders News projects Latest News QTLC At Work Working Groups Transport Logistics Industry Road Transport Industry Rail Transport Industry Maritime Transport Industry Air Transport Industry Land Based Logistics Industry Transport and the Environment Industry Links Government Bodies Other

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