ALC releases 2017 yearbook: Future Freight Networks

Michael Kilgariff, Managing Director, Australian Logistics Council.

Michael Kilgariff, Managing Director, Australian Logistics Council.

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has published its official 2017 yearbook: Future Freight Networks. The document details the Council’s advocacy efforts throughout the year, the policy positions it took to government, and the major events held to support its policy agenda.

Future Freight Networks features a comprehensive summary of the 2017 ALC Forum, which brought together 300 key industry leaders, policy makers and stakeholders in March to debate and discuss the critical and significant infrastructure policy issues on the national agenda.

The publication also includes editorials, advertisements and interviews from a range of supply chain industry participants.

“Thank you to those companies for their contribution to the yearbook which illustrates the enormous breadth and depth of our industry,” the ALC said in a media release.

The outcomes of the 2017 ALC Forum contributed to the ALC’s recently released working paper – Charting The Course For A National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy (Working Paper 2, June 2017), launched at Parliament House on 21 June.

The Working Paper is supported by a new video (see below) outlining the importance of getting the content of the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy right, both for the freight logistics industry and for the Australian economy as a whole.

To obtain a hard copy of Future Freight Networks or Charting The Course For A National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, contact the ALC.