BITRE provides economic analysis, research and statistics on infrastructure, transport and regional development issues to inform both Australian Government policy development and wider community understanding.
CILTA is part of the CILT International network with of over 33,000 members and more than 200 key corporations working in 100+ countries. They provide leadership in research, policy and professional development and supporting continuous improvement in the Transport and Logistics Industry.
The NTC is an independent statutory body that contributes to the achievement of national transport policy objectives by developing regulatory and operational reform of road, rail and intermodal transport.
Each State of Australia has its own Freight Council that operates independently, with its own governance framework and a program of work unique to its jurisdiction. To achieve freight outcomes that have broader benefits for industry and the Australian economy, they work together across boundaries and are collectively known as the Australian Freight Council Network (AFCN).
The Transport Infrastructure and Services (TIS) Category is governed by Transport and Main Roads' Finance and Procurement Committee, and is supported by the Procurement sub-Committee, and Industry Reference Groups.
The RLA is a global trade association for the returns and reverse logistics industry, offering information, research, solutions and services for manufacturers, branded and retail companies from third party providers.