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Sydney, 8 January 2014 - Logistics management software company ORTEC is not surprised that private equity companies such as TPG are keen to acquire Shell’s (and others’) fuel distribution assets in Australia. According to Alan Thomas, Joint Managing
Melbourne, 11 November 2013 - Logistics management software company ORTEC is hosting a seminar in Melbourne for its customers from the logistics and specialist transportation sector.The event is on 21st November at The Rydges, in Melbourne.The day, under
Sydney, 29 October 2013 - The latest AFGC CHEP Retail Index, published jointly by the Australian Grocery and Food Council and CHEP Australia, shows that retail sales are growing at ever-smaller rates, that Christmas may well be a challenging period, and t
Technology can play a pivotal part in relieving the pressure on professional truck drivers, say Alan Thomas, managing director of ORTEC ANZ.
Sydney, 30th April 2013 - Australian e-commerce is set to enjoy strong growth according to a recent report by IBIS World.
Sydney, 10 December 2012 - ORTEC has announced that Coles has selected and implemented ORTEC’s routing and scheduling solution to improve the efficiency of its secondary distribution operations. Coles will use the ORTEC Transportation & Distributio
announced by ORTEC Australia & New Zealand over 6 years , category: Transport & Logistics
MEDIA RELEASEORTEC ANZ expands westSydney, 4 December 2012 - ORTEC Australia & New Zealand has appointed Daniel Taylor to run its Western Australian operations, which have grown over the past two years.
Sydney, 1 November 2012 - Patrick Stevedores Operations’ recent declaration of its intent to charge a $100 side loader fee (reported in various media outlets and blog sites) does more than increase import/export logistics infrastructure costs, presumabl
Sydney, 6 July 2012 - Reports that supermarket Woolworths is in negotiations with suppliers and is seeking another round of cost savings should prompt Australian supermarkets and their suppliers to revisit their logistics operations, according to logistic
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