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Global spotlight on Australia’s SRT Logistics and the Freight2020 transport management system

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USA-headquartered technology giant Progress Software, maker of the OpenEdge power behind the Australian-developed transport management system Freight2020, has drawn global attention to the successful deployment of Freight2020 by rapidly-growing Australian refrigerated and dry-goods transporter SRT Logistics, featuring the Tasmania-based Freight2020 user-organisation in a case study produced for international media…

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CMS Congratulates Secon CEO for VTA Award 2012

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CMS Transport Systems, world leader in road freight and intermodal transport and logistics software, has extended its congratulations to long-time customer Secon Freight Logistics for winning a prestigious award from the Victorian Transport Association (VTA). In recognition of contribution to the transport industry The VTA conferred its high-profile WFD…

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May 2011 – SRT Logistics to Deploy Freight2020

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Tasmania’s leading refrigerated transport and distribution business SRT Logistics (SRT) recently made the decision to deploy the industry leading Freight2020 Logistics Management Solution. SRT chose Freight2020 from CMS Transport systems after a 2 year review of available technologies in the Australian market place. Rob Miller, Director and General Manager of…

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Greenhouse emissions from Rocky’s Own Transport ‘better by a country mile’

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First Published by CQUniversity on 04/11/10, original article can be found at CQUniversity researchers have recently completed a study for Rocky’s Own Transport Company, seeking the best way to calculate, report and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the trucking industry… ROTC operates a fleet of 117 trucks from…

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