Transport & Infrastructure 

Transport is a particularly dynamic element of the modern economic order, constantly adapting to changing financial, commercial, technological, regulatory and environmental influences.

Paul Foxlee

Paul Foxlee

National Sector Leader, Transport & Infrastructure

+61 2 9335 7438

KPMG has prepared an overview of the issues in the following industries:

Globally, the transport and logistics sector is grappling with consolidation, surplus capacity, access to capital, pressures on profitability, complex information technology requirements and ever-increasing government regulation.


In Australia, significant issues include port access, the emergence of low-cost air carriers in the region, road and rail infrastructure and an increased blurring of the public and private transport sectors.


How we can help

KPMG's Transport & Infrastructure practice understands the financial and operational drivers of the transport and logistics sector and work with many of Australia's, and the world's, leading public and privately owned transport groups across aviation, shipping, ports, rail and road freight.


We advise clients on a range of critical business and industry issues, including:

  • public private partnerships
  • reporting and regulation
  • climate change and sustainability
  • plant location analysis, closures and relocations
  • mergers, acquisitions and asset disposals
  • restructuring and debt advisory
  • IT project advisory
  • capital raising
  • tax planning and compliance
  • cross-border financing
  • supply chain optimisation
  • enterprise risk management
  • investigating fraud and other misconduct.


Economic and social infrastructure
KPMG helps clients understand the business, investment and public policy opportunities arising from increased investment in infrastructure.

Airline Disclosures Handbook 2013

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The 2013 Airline Disclosures Handbook focuses on key reporting and management trends in the global aviation industry.