The Tamworth Transport Supply Chain Cluster Inc was established in 2012 to enable Tamworth regional supply chain businesses to work together and be jointly recognised and supported for their valuable economic contribution.
Under the original program supported by the NSW Department of Industry, Business Clusters bring together businesses and supporting organisations to work collaboratively to achieve business objectives that in the long term aid the economic growth of New South Wales.
The Tamworth region is a major food producing and manufacturing region and the Cluster works to provide local industry input into investment in transport and supply chain links adding considerable value in assisting getting all our products to and from ports and plates.
Five locally owned businesses have formed the Cluster: Carey’s Freight Lines, Hopkins Transport, McCullochs Bulk Haulage, Parry Logistics and Stockmaster. All businesses are headquartered in Tamworth although they may also have interstate depots and operations.
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Importantly, the Tamworth Transport Supply Chain Cluster contributes at least $100 million into the local economy through wages, investing in new equipment, fuel, parts and office costs.
For further information on the Tamworth Transport Supply Chain Cluster, please contact the coordinator Susan Frater-Sims on firstname.lastname@example.org or M. 0419703454