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Urszula Kelly says big freight users should consider how to make their processes easier for small businesses. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Smaller players seek to reduce freight barriers

Contractors face hurdles as they bid for work with major companies, and suggest a more open approach might bring benefits.

The complexity of tendering and difficulties associated with economies of scale are among key factors compromising smaller contractors’ ability to win work, according to UC Logistics owner Urszula Kelly.

Ms Kelly founded her transport broking company two years ago. It operates from a CBD base to connect subcontractors to businesses with freight needs.

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