Tuesday 28th Jan, 2020
Freight transport improvements at Port Botany are one step closer, with major firms shortlisted to design and build the Botany Rail Duplication and Cabramatta Loop projects.

New freight terminal boosts bulk exports to Asia

A new intermodal freight terminal in northern Victoria is set to generate millions of dollars in exports to Asia. The…
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Agricultural company Viterra is introducing dynamic binning for barley across its network in preparation for the 2019/20 harvest.

Viterra ramps up harvest receivals

Viterra has received just under 2.9 million tonnes of grain from around South Australia in two months since the harvest’s…
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ENVEA SWR Engineering’s moisture-monitoring systems are helping coffee roasters to continue caffeinating Australia.

Controlling coffee to brew bulk beans

ENVEA SWR Engineering’s moisture-monitoring systems are helping coffee roasters to continue caffeinating Australia. Roasting coffee beans is a careful and…
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Viterra has invested $6 million into infrastructure at its Port Lincoln site, South Australia, to help the transition to road transport and meet the shipping demands of export customers.

Viterra spends $6M on Port Lincoln infrastructure upgrade

Viterra has invested $6 million into infrastructure at its Port Lincoln site, South Australia, to help the transition to road…
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Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics are being used in the CSIRO’s new $11.5 million digital agriculture research station in southwest NSW.

CSIRO launches digital agriculture research station

Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics are being used in the CSIRO’s new $11.5 million digital agriculture research station…
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CBH makes largest annual investment into infrastructure network

The CBH Group has made its largest ever annual investment into its infrastructure network, with around $240 million spent to…
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Ag Growth International (AGI) has developed next generation fertiliser plants to provide the infrastructure needed for a booming population.

Fertile ground for fertiliser infrastructure

Ag Growth International (AGI) has developed next generation fertiliser plants to provide the infrastructure needed for a booming population.

Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports.

Queensland science supports sorghum sector

Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports. More than 120…
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