Combining road and rail for seamless connections
Road freight plays a critical role in the connection of freight around the country. Our intermodal precincts will offer flexible transport options, helping transform the movement of freight between ports, rail and road, and provide greater flexibility in operator service offerings.
At a glance
Next generation freight precincts, connecting ports, road and rail
End-to-end automated solutions
Key motorway connectivity
Integrated warehousing to offer flexible logistics options
While intermodal precincts will support modal shift from road to rail, we recognise that rail alone is not the answer. There will always be a role for road transportation in the mix, especially when it comes to last mile logistics.
Our state-of-the-art intermodal precincts will limit the amount of handling required to move freight from sea to land, and on to its final destination, reducing costs, time and emissions.
We want to ensure that operators move their goods by the right mode, at the right cost.
Ms Joanne Fox has been appointed as the Chief Corporate Affairs & People Officer of National Intermodal.
Ms Fox has extensive experience in leadership and executive roles across different global industry sectors including FMCG, pharmaceuticals and energy, and will be a key member of National Intermodal’s executive leadership team.
National Intermodal is proud to have become a member of Supply Nation, Australia’s largest directory of verified Indigenous businesses, offering a comprehensive array of potential suppliers.
Our membership should help us more easily deliver against our overall sustainability strategy, which is a cornerstone of how we operate as a business to deliver positive economic, social and environmental impact.
The Australian Government today released the Infrastructure Investment Program Strategic Review (“Review”).
This announcement and the associated funding decisions result in no changes to existing National Intermodal programs.