The NFF believes that for a national freight and supply chain strategy to be meaningful in its legacy, it must do more than focus on individual projects and avoid perpetuating the politicisation of our infrastructure investments. The NFF believes solutions reside in the systems and architecture that governs infrastructure investment and coordination. The NFF is keen to focus discussion on the contribution and role of agriculture in our freight system and advocates to identify the major agricultural freight routes and implementing actions and policies that alleviate bottlenecks.
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