iMOVE’s Freight Data Requirements Study is a blueprint for the ways technology can increase efficiency in Australia’s freight and logistics sector.
Identification & articulation of data requirements in the freight & supply chain sector, along with investigation of openness of companies to sharing data.
iMOVE and the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities (DIRDC) have launched a major new project to investigate & improve freight data.
Ahead of the release of Australia’s National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, the ALC has looked at how we collect and use data in the supply chain.
After a successful 2016 trial of the GS1 data standards system, the Australian Logistics is now backing its adoption by the Australian logistics industry.
Affordable advances in tech are bringing possibilities of real change to freight & logistics, to combat inefficiency & congestion, & increase profitability.
The Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities final report contains recommended priorities and critical action areas ahead of the Federal Government’s National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy release in late 2018.
ALC’s inaugural Supply Chain Technology Summit looked to identify key industry priorities to more effectively use technology in supply chains to improve their efficiency and safety. iMOVE was there, and here’s what was discussed.
‘Fixing Freight: Establishing Freight Performance Australia’, has compiled statistical information from submissions to the Federal Government’s Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities, along with assessments of the country’s freight strategies.
Australia’s freight and logistics systems have been under great stress for decades, and of late that stress has increased with the sweeping popularity of online shopping. What is needed, and needed now, is supply chain visibility.