With more than half of the world’s population already living in urban areas and some 1.5 million people added to the pool every week, urbanisation has become one of the most pressing issues facing the global transport and logistics community – not only in the developing world, but also in the great conurbations of Europe.
Australia’s tanker manufacturing market has seen significant change since Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, initiated adouble dissolution election in July 2016 that saw both Senate and the House of Representatives dissolved and re-elected. In the wake of the historic poll – over the past decade, Australia has seen five prime ministerial changes – a new breed of agile, internationally minded players entered the scene that continue to challenge incumbent businesses in a segment long considered too complex to be disrupted.
If you believe Dr Ronald Knipling, a 35-year safety research veteran based out of Washington DC, mainstream media have been doing the commercial road transport industry wrong for a long time – especially with view to safety technology.
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