Logistics protests as Melbourne lockdown puts the brakes on supply chains

August 6, 2020 Sam Whelan

The extraordinary lockdown measures imposed on the Australian state of Victoria are threatening to disrupt supply chains.
The stage four Covid-19 restrictions came into effect today in Melbourne, for the next six weeks, and include laws restricting individual movement, as well as the shuttering of most businesses and industries not deemed essential.
Transport and logistics is in a grey area. Warehousing and distribution centres, including those supplying groceries to supermarkets and providing ...

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