Transport and Logistics

Shipbuilders to bid for new patrol boats

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Up to 21 new patrol boats worth almost $600 million up for bids.

How e-commerce is disrupting the logistics sector

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The growth in online shopping is driving change across the parcels delivery sector as people demand more convenience, service, choice, and faster delivery.

Japan to suspend Uber's pilot

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Japanese transport ministry tells US company to suspend pilot program in Fukuoka.

Aust Post reform needed: Turnbull

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Communications minister admits letters will take longer to arrive, cost more to send.

Aurizon faces $28m cyclone hit

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Freight group has flagged impact of up to $30m following Cyclone Marcia, industrial dispute.

PaperlinX widens H1 loss

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Packaging group posts an even deeper half year loss, following falls in sales in its European divisions.

Cabcharge under pressure in tough market

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Cabcharge sees H1 profit and revenue fall as competitors, market disruptions weigh.

NRMA warns of petrol price rises

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Motorists warned to brace for costlier petrol after ACCC says prices are picking up.

Macquarie Atlas posts FY loss

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Chairman David Walsh flags exit from toll road company after April annual meeting.

Transfield reaffirms FY earnings guidance

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Transfield faces challenges as commodity prices weigh, but lifts H1 underlying profit.

Wave of block trades finally over

Major block trades at Aurizon and Veda put end to frenzied speculation.

Flight Centre maintains FY guidance

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Travel outlet eyes FY profit up to $390m despite posting 10% fall in H1 profit.

Govt planning Aust Post rescue: report

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Australia Post to introduce two-speed mail service, govt to confirm move in March.

Brambles defends move into oil and gas

Supply chain logistics group maintains guidance as first-half profit lifts 6%.

Aust Post faces $6bn losses in 10 yrs

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Change letter prices or stump up billions over next decade, Australia Post CEO warns.

Chinese transportation infrastructure reaches 34bn yuan in 2014

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A number of high-speed railway projects are slated for 2015 linking major metropolitan hubs.

Australia Post is drowning in red ink

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Faced with a torrent of losses from its regulated mail services, it's clear Australia Post faces a crisis without government intervention.

Australia’s train to nowhere

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The strong growth in inner-city property prices reflects a lack of spending on transport infrastructure, particularly on rail, and more needs to be done.

Toll takeover should come with a TWU warning

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Toll's relationship with unions could put a thorn in the side of Japan Post's logistics ambitions.

Aurizon workers postpone strike: report

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Rail unions in Queensland delay industrial action as cyclone bears down on state.

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