Monday 20th May, 2019
Pacific National crane at Chullora NSW. Photo: Cameron Boggs

Acacia Ridge sale approved by Federal Court

Competition czar Rod Sims says he’s not satisfied with the approval of the $205 million sale of Aurizon’s Acacia Ridge…
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Pacific National container. Photo: Cameron Boggs

FORG calls for seat at Transport Infrastructure Council table

Australia’s key rail freight businesses are demanding an audience at the next meeting of Australia’s transport infrastructure leaders, over the…
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ALC calls out lack of cohesive freight policy among election candidates

The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has stated that both major parties involved in the upcoming federal election have displayed a…
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GS1 conference heads to Sydney, V/Line recognised in Melbourne

Supply chain standards developer GS1 Australia will take its Nexus 2019 conference to Sydney this Friday, after Victorian operator V/Line…
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ARTC details benefits of longer coal trains in Hunter Valley

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has detailed plans to improve coal train capacity in the Hunter Valley region of…
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Investigation ended into NSW near miss

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has ceased its investigation into a signalling error which led to a near collision…
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GrainCorp train. Photo: GrainCorp

GrainCorp announces $59m loss

Grain receival, storage and transport firm GrainCorp has blamed drought conditions and international trade tensions for a $59 million loss…
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Rio Tinto signs $20m rail deal with Aboriginal-owned contractor

Western Australia-based contractor Yurra has been awarded a contract to provide maintenance services to Rio Tinto Iron Ore’s Pilbara rail…
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