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ACFS Port Logistics operates new PBS Super B-triples

ACFS Port Logistics of Brisbane is operating the new 42-metre Performance-Based Standards (PBS) approved Super B-triple vehicles.

The new combination will contribute to the ACFS Port Logistics’ emission reduction target through fewer truck movements and a more effective operating process.

Having received approval from the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) and consent from Port of Brisbane (PBPL) as road manager, the new vehicle has commenced operations on a defined route at the port.

The combination, 42 metres long and approved to transport six TEU per trip, is the second Super B-triple to operate within the Port of Brisbane on a defined route under strict conditions and controls.

According to ACFS Port Logistics, it follows a substantial period of design, collaboration and trialling with relevant logistics stakeholders to ensure it met all necessary safety and transport standards.

In a statement online, an ACFS Port Logistics spokesperson revealed there are bigger plans to follow.

In other news, Australia Post has officially opened its newest parcel facility in Kemps Creek, New South Wales.

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