The NSW Cargo Movement Coordination Centre (CMCC) is working with industry to optimise how cargo moves through Port Botany, Port Kembla and regional NSW across supply chain interfaces and networks.
It aims to better coordinate the activities of operators across the landside cargo transport chain – including stevedores, road and rail freight operators, network operators and terminals – to create a more efficient, higher performing freight network which maximises existing capacity.
The centre is focused on:
- The state-wide freight network.
- Bulk commodities (such as grain and coal) as well as container freight.
- Key supply chain interfaces (ports, road, rail and intermodal terminals).
It will help drive the state towards the NSW 2021 target of doubling rail’s mode share of container movements through NSW ports by 2020.