Transport (Freight) and Logistics

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Transport (Freight) and Logistics

Enterprise Connect services have been extended to the transport (freight) and logistics sector to assist more small and medium businesses develop the skills, knowledge and capability to realise their growth potential. Businesses in the transport (freight) and logistics sector are important for the Australian economy because they provide essential support to key enabling supply chains.

Our services begin with a Business Review delivered at no charge. Conducted by our expert Business Advisers, the Business Review will help you take your business to the next level. The Business Review provides a snapshot of your current business strategy, and provides recommendations on areas to improve and new ways to transform.

With considerable industry experience, your Business Adviser will provide comprehensive, independent advice and access to industry contacts, tools and resources.

Grant assistance, training, research and technical assistance are also available to meet individual business requirements.

Applications for a Business Review can be made regardless of whether your business is located in a capital city, a major regional centre, or in rural or remote Australia.

Eligibility

In relation to transport (freight) and logistics, Enterprise Connect assists small and medium businesses whose predominant business activity is:

  • the transportation of freight by road, rail, water or air
  • other transportation including postal and courier pick up delivery services and pipeline transport
  • goods warehousing and storage
  • support services for the transportation of freight including stevedoring, harbour, navigation, airport operations and customer agency services.

To be eligible, a transport (freight) and logistics business applying for an individual Business Review must be solvent, have revenue or expenditure of between $1.5 million and $100 million in the current financial year or one of the two preceding financial years, possess an Australian Company Number and have a trading history of at least three years.