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Title: Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of National Logistics Associations in Selected APEC Economies First Workshop, Oakes on Collins Melbourne, 5-7 April 2011


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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of
National Logistics Associations in Selected APEC
EconomiesFirst Workshop, Oakes on Collins
Melbourne, 5-7 April 2011 Author Meaghan
Siemensma Organisation Australian Logistics
Council, Australia
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Compendium of Best Practices and Benefits of
National Logistics Associations
Purpose of Presentation Objective of this
project is to establish and/or enhance National
Logistics Associations (NLAs) in the economies
represented in this room. It is also to
collaborate and share information about the
Transport and Logistics (TL) industries in these
nations. This presentation describes an
overview of the TL industry and the challenges
Australia faces. It describes the industry that
Australias Logistics Associations represent, and
the challenges they address on behalf of the TL
industry.
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National Logistics Associations
  • Without Transport and Logistics (TL) Australia
    doesnt move.  Both our national and the global
    economies depends on TL. TL is critical for
    everything that occurs in our modern society, and
  • Ensures goods arrive in our supermarkets or
    shops.
  • Moves exports from the farm gate, factory or mine
    to our ports and beyond into the international
    market place.

Transport and Logistics in Context
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National Logistics Associations
  • Transport and Logistics Facts
  • TL uses a vast interconnected network including
    roads, railways, ports, airports, freight
    terminals and distribution and materials handling
    centres.
  • TL is worth 150 billion to Australia each year
  • Generates 14.5 of GDP
  • 165,000 businesses

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National Logistics Associations
Australias Greatest TL Challenges The tyranny
of distance Australia is both a large country
(making it difficult to travel around) and
geographically removed from the rest of the world
(making it difficult to get to and
from). Amongst the most highly urbanised
countries most populations live in the cities
leading to significant pressures on
infrastructure, creating congestion etc. in high
concentration on selected (coastal)
areas. Significant legacy costs a fragmented
system of planning and regulation for transport,
and significant sections of transport
infrastructure based around 19th century
needs.
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National Logistics Associations
Australias Greatest TL Challenges Issues of
sustainability (such as oil availability and
carbon pricing), and society expectations
(delivering more for less!) all create additional
and conflicting pressures. Changing population
and skills base an ageing population, loss of
skills, and an industry that is seen as
undesirable compared to the alternatives. The
Freight Task will double by 2020.
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National Logistics Associations
Australian Freight Task is Estimated to Double
by 2020
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National Logistics Associations
What does Australia Do Well? (in terms of
TL) High productivity heavy freight vehicle
B-Doubles, HPFVs, road trains, and associated
technology connected with engineering and
efficient operation of heavy goods
vehicles. Heavy Haul rail world standard heavy
haul rail in the Pilbara integrated as part of
the private commercial iron ore production and
export process. Heavy haul networks - coal
haulage in Queensland and Hunter Valley in NSW
across multi-user open access infrastructure
achieves world class standards of productivity
(although not without constraints).
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National Logistics Associations
What does Australia Do well? (in terms of
TL) Sydney Melbourne air corridor is third
busiest in the world. World class safety
standards in domestic transport operations -
rail, air and road. Examples of significant
industry co-operation to when common goals and
outcomes are identified Hunter Valley Coal
Chain, BAHS, Port of Melbourne Container
Logistics Study.
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National Logistics Associations
National Transport Network
Australias road network totals 815 000
kilometres and railways about 42 000 kilometres
across the continent
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National Logistics Associations
National Rail Network
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National Logistics Associations
Australian Ports
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National Logistics Associations
  • Airports
  • There are approximately 450 airports in Australia
    paved or unpaved. The busiest airports in
    Australia are
  • Sydney Airport Sydney, New South Wales SYD
  • Melbourne Airport Melbourne, Victoria MEL
  • Brisbane Airport Brisbane, Queensland BNE
  • Perth Airport Perth, Western Australia PER
  • Adelaide Airport Adelaide, South Australia ADL
  • Gold Coast Airport Gold Coast, Queensland OOL
  • Cairns Airport Cairns, Queensland CNS
  • Canberra International Airport Canberra,
    Australian Capital Territory CBR
  • Hobart International Airport Hobart, Tasmania HBA
  • Darwin International Airport, Northern Territory
    DRW

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National Logistics Associations
Thank You The Site Tours on Thursday will give
you an opportunity to see two of Australias
largest TL companies in action.
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