Auctioneer Manheim cancels auctions over malware attack

Another company in Australia has been hit by cybercrime. While Toll is still sorting out its systems after a ransomware attack Auctioneers Manheim said they are slowly making positive progress restoring its IT systems this week after a malware attack. “While making substantial headway, we are still working...
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TRUCKING INDUSTRY BACKS CALLS FOR FAIR PAYMENT TERMS

The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has backed the key draft recommendations of the small business ombudsman’s Supply Chain Finance Review, which calls for fair payment terms and controls on supply chain financing. The Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Kate Carnell, released a position paper setting out the...
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INADEQUATE TYRE INFLATION CAUSE OF MAJOR CRASHES

Drivers are being reminded to ensure tyres are correctly inflated after data from transport and logistics insurer ational Transport Insurance (NTI) found blown out steer tyres were the predominant cause of major mechanical failure crashes, which rose 80 per cent (%) in two years. According to the 2019...
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