South West Supply Chain Strategy
About the South West Supply Chain Strategy
The South West Supply Chain Strategy sets the framework and direction for freight transport investment in the South West, identifying future road, rail, air and port infrastructure requirements in the South West region for the next 10-15 years.
The South West region plays an important role in WA’s economy handling large volumes of bulk imports and exports associated with mining, agriculture and forestry.
The Strategy focuses on the supply chains of alumina/bauxite, lithium, caustic soda, timber, grain, agribusiness, mineral sands, copper concentrate and container freight that originate or terminate in the South West region.
The proposed initiatives in the Strategy aim to meet the objectives of connected and continuous supply chains, seamless modal integration, optimised infrastructure and policy, regional economic growth, and improved efficiency and road safety.
Public comment on the draft South West Supply Chain Strategy closed August 21, 2020.
All feedback is being carefully reviewed and considered for the final Strategy.
The final South West Supply Chain Strategy will be considered by State Government before its release.
|Media statement 29/06/2020: South-West Supply Chain strategy sets course for freight infrastructure|
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