This year RDAEP partnered with the South Australian Freight Council (SAFC) to hold a regional Freight Productivity Forum in Port Lincoln – part of a broader state-wide Regional Freight Productivity Project.
The Regional Freight Productivity Project is a SAFC initiative, funded by the Department of Infrastructure and Transport, to capture issues (both problems and opportunities) to increase freight productivity in South Australia’s critical regional areas. Issues raised will be communicated to Government, and become part of SAFC’s infrastructure advocacy activities going forward.
SAFC has developed a short online survey to capture additional information from the region. Anyone in the region is welcome to take part in the survey, whether they attended the original freight forum or not. The survey is open to Freight Providers (trucking companies, rail companies, Freight Forwarders etc), Freight owners (exporters & freight producing businesses), Representative Associations (Grain Growers, Citrus Growers etc) and Infrastructure Owners (including Local Governments).
Your survey response can remain confidential, however there is the option to supply contact details for follow up of your issues by SAFC (if required). If supplied, these will not be passed on to any other party, and all responses are anonymised for reporting purposes.
The survey will take less than 5 minutes to complete, and will bring your issues onto the radar for action. It’s an investment that can pay off many times over.
The survey can be found here: https://sa-freight-council.survey.fm/safc-regional-freight-productivity-project-2020-21