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9269.0 - Business Transport Activity, Australia, 2010-11 Quality Declaration 
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 27/06/2012  First Issue
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In the 2010-11 financial year, $124.7b was generated from the provision of transport services in the Total Selected Industries. Of this income 91.1% (or $113.6b) was from businesses classified to the Transport, Postal and Warehousing industry division.

Of the remaining 8.9% (or $11.0b) of Income from transport services generated by the other industry divisions, significant contributors were the following:

  • Mining: $2.0b
  • Wholesale Trade: $1.4b
  • Manufacturing: $1.2b.

The Transport, Postal and Warehousing industry division incurred 40.7% (or $50.7b) of the $124.4b Transport related expenses accrued across the Total Selected Industries in the 2010-11 financial year.

Of the remaining 59.3% (or $73.8b) of Transport related expenses incurred, the most significant proportions were incurred in the following industry divisions:
  • Manufacturing: $14.6b
  • Wholesale Trade: $12.0b
  • Mining: $10.4b.

Capital expenditure on road vehicles across Total Selected Industries amounted to $12.4b in 2010-11. As expected, the Transport, Postal and Warehousing industry division had the largest proportion of Capital expenditure on road vehicles (21.9%), followed by Construction (14.9%) and Wholesale Trade (6.3%).

Capital expenditure on other transport vehicles and equipment totalled $9.4b. The Transport, Postal and Warehousing industry division's share of this expenditure was 55.9%. The Mining industry division had the next largest share (10.3%), followed by Manufacturing (9.1%).

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