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Freight linkages

The NSW Government is committed to improving freight logistics and supply chain processes across regional NSW to help farmers and regional communities get the state’s world-class produce to domestic and international markets sooner.

Harwood Bridge at Maclean, NSW

Background information

In 2019, the NSW Government commissioned an independent, pre-feasibility study into international air freight connectivity in regional NSW.

Findings from the study showed further investigation involving in-depth analysis of market demand and the supply chain, industry engagement and an economic, commercial and financial evaluation was required. 

You can read the Pre-feasibility Report or download the factsheet summarising the findings (PDF, 1.46 MB) 

Registration of Interest process now open

As part of ongoing investigations into regional supply chains, the NSW Government has progressed to a ‘Registration of Interest’ (ROI) process.

The ROI is seeking to identify the key constraints faced by regional freight and supply chains and how these could be improved through enabling infrastructure.

The ROI is open to submissions from private industry and councils across the 93 regional local government areas and the Unincorporated Far West.

Full details of the ROI can be viewed on the eTendering website here.

The ROI closes at 10am AEDT Wednesday, 24 March 2021.

A fact seet on the ROI process can be found below:

Snowy Hydro Legacy Fund Freight Registration of Interest factsheet (PDF, 1.5 MB)

 

For more information, email: snowyhydrofund@regional.nsw.gov.au 

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