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Supply chain participants convene at 2018 ALC & ATA Summit

At the 2018 ALC & ATA Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit, over 300 people across the… Read more…

What happens if you face CoR prosecution?

From 1 October 2018, the new Chain of Responsibility (CoR) laws will be in place. These laws… Read more…

Just when you thought the changes were done …

If you thought this round of changes to the Heavy Vehicle National Law were the last for… Read more…

800 new heavy vehicle drivers to be trained for free

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says if his government is re-elected in November, it will provide $4 million… Read more…

5 steps consignees can take to manage CoR compliance

There is a common misconception that consignees, as receivers of goods, face less liability exposure under the… Read more…

Praise for ‘one-stop shop’ for freight industry

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has welcomed the establishment of Freight Victoria, describing it as a “one-stop-shop… Read more…

Overloading fine increased on appeal

A transport company carrying a load of potatoes was intercepted at a weighing station in Launceston and… Read more…

Check out the CoR Master Code

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has made available on its website the draft Registered Industry Code… Read more…

Toll’s in-cab tech gets tick from FWC

Toll Transport Pty Ltd t/a Toll Shipping (Toll) has argued successfully to have fatigue-monitoring technology installed in… Read more…

Making the tough call – a driver’s fitness to drive

An element of fatigue compliance under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) is making sure that drivers… Read more…