The five-port average crane rate declined to 25.8 containers per hour for the September quarter 2001.
Publications by year: 2001
This paper presents the results of preliminary BTE work on logistics in Australia. It draws on the BTE's experience and expertise in the transport sector, and also incorporates information on logistics from sources such as a literature review.
The five-port average crane rate has improved further to 26.8 containers per hour for the June quarter 2001.
Tamworth NSW experiences frequent flooding, especially in the industrial area of Taminda. The flood in November 2000 provided an opportunity to estimate the cost savings that would have occurred in Taminda if there had been a levee to protect the area.
The agriculture-based Atherton Tablelands region of Far North Queensland experienced major change after the deregulation of the tobacco industry, and more recently, the dairy industry.
The Federal Government has, since 1990–91, allocated substantial resources through its Black Spot Program to reduce the number and severity of crashes at black spot locations as part of its overall road safety strategy.
Berth availability was 99 per cent in the March quarterthe highest level since the commencement of the series.
This report presents the results of BTRE's fourth annual review of the Bass Strait Passenger Vehicle Equalisation Scheme. It covers the operation and impact of the Scheme up to (and including) 1999–2000.
Detailed definitions for the Waterline stevedoring productivity indicators are included in this edition.
Local roads are considered by regional communities to be a major contributor to their prosperity and social amenity. This report presents the first detailed picture of local road spending at the regional level.