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Port Operators and Supply Chain

An efficient transport and distribution system in a capital city such as Sydney depends on the effective integration of the various components within the supply chain (including stevedoring, storage, rail and road transport). The port’s area of influence and involvement therefore extends beyond the traditional confines of maritime activities and port operations and into the area of landside logistics.

Port Freight Logistics Plan

Port Authority of New South Wales has prepared a Port Freight Logistics Plan to deliver environmental gains and improve road and rail performance at Port Botany. The plan reviews existing container freight operations and considers:

  • Maximising the use of rail infrastructure
  • Minimising the growth in truck movements
  • Improving landside transport over the next 10 years

For more information regarding our role in creating a sustainable and energy efficient supply chain please visit the Logistics section of this website.

Port Botany Landside Improvement Strategy (PBLIS)

The Port Botany Landside Improvement Strategy aims to improve the competitive access and service arrangements of container movements between stevedores and transport carriers at Port Botany.