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Technology, innovation and global trade shaping the Transport and Logistics Industry – 2015 E-Scan


Technology, innovation and global trade shaping the Transport and Logistics Industry – 2015 E-Scan

A host of economic, technological and demographic forces across Australia and the Asia Pacific region are shaping the immediate future of the country’s $132 billion Transport and Logistics industry. Changing requirements for jobs and skills across road, logistics, rail, aviation, maritime and ports, and the way industry and the training system responds to these, will have a significant impact for the 820,000 strong workforce and the economy at large.

The Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council (TLISC) today released the 2015 Environmental Scan (E-Scan), its flagship annual review of the skills requirements of the workforce, and the progress of the national training system in meeting these needs.

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PUBLISHED IN Industry Intelligence > Latest News > Media Centre ON April 10, 2015

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