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Page 14 • AIRCARGO ASIA-PACIFIC • August-September, 2018 BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC ANNUAL 12 TOP FIVE AIRPORTS – CARGO MOVEMENTS Table 6: Top five airports, domestic RPT cargo movements (000s tonnes) - annual activity Airport YE Jun 2017 YE Jun 2018 % Change % of Total 1 Melbourne 129.0 133.1 3.2 28.9 2 Sydney 106.3 106.0 -0.2 23.0 3 Brisbane 67.4 68.3 1.2 14.8 4 Perth 62.0 66.0 6.4 14.3 5 Adelaide 25.9 27.1 4.5 5.9 Total top five airports 390.6 400.5 2.5 87.0 Tota l domestic ne tw ork 450.0 460.1 2.3 100.0 Note: Airport cargo tonnes are the sum of cargo tonnes on arrivals and departures at each airport. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Melbourne Sydney Brisban e Pert h Adelaide tonnes(000s) Top five airports, cargo movements YE Jun 2017 YE Jun 2018 (Domestic cargo traffic - traffic on board) tonnes(000s) Total domestic network - cargo movements Year ending (mov ing annual totals - tr af f ic on boar d) Aust’s domestic air cargo totals flew higher in June TOTAL cargo movements at Australian airports on domestic RPT flights were 460 thousand tonnes in the year ending June 2018, an increase of 2.3 per cent compared to the previous year according to the Australian government’s latest Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE) report. Melbourne remained Australia’s busiest airport for domestic cargo with 133 thousand tonnes, followed by Sydney with 106 thousand tonnes and Brisbane with 68 thousand tonnes. Tara Heylin SingPost appoints process improvement specialist SINGAPORE Post-owned freight delivery company Couriers Please has appointed a process improvement specialist to enhance its customer experience and standard operating procedures across Australia. The newly-created role - process improvement leader - is part of CP’s recently established Process Excellence team. Appointee Tara Heylin will review and improve systems and processes across all departments including operations, customer experience, sales, commercial, finance and IT. She joins CP with a Lean Sigma Six Black Belt, a performance methodology that aims to create more streamlined processes. She most recently was delivery manager for ANZ, where she led the Continuous Improvement stream. Heylin said: “While the processes in finance companies and those in logistics are very different, the methodology is the same in any industry. It’s about quantifying the problem, working through it and figuring out how to get to the core issue.” Heylin joins a team that includes recently-appointed Queensland manager Tracey Baldwin, coo Hoy Yen Hooper and head of Commercial and Transformation Jessica Ip.