The Government has been talking about getting freight off the country’s roads and onto alternative sea freight and particularly rail freight. Rail freight has its place and already its biggest customer is the road freight transport industry, but it also has its limitations.
Congestion, a less congested transport network with faster and more predictable travel times to keep congestion at 2016 levels • well-connected, easier access for people to places of employment, education, shopping, business, recreation and other activities throughout the transport network • freight …
The Toll Group has underlined its strong commitment to ensuring safe and fair working standards for all its employees across its 1,200 sites in 50 countries, by signing a unique agreement with the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and its affiliated unions.
Apr 16 - New Zealand's government needs to get some tangible wins with its national transport strategy in building a more efficient, resilient and sustainable freight network to avoid returning to an uncoordinated policy, says Mainfreight chief executive Don Braid