Tuesday 14th Jul, 2020
John Holland has acquired RCR Tomlinson Group’s rail business in late December 2018, after the engineering firm was placed into voluntary administration.

Mt Isa freight line to reopen following floods

One of Queensland’s most important freight routes, the Mt Isa rail line, is expected to reopen on April 29 after…
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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.

Federal Government announces national freight plan

The Federal Government has announced the details of its plan to improve the efficiency of freight transport networks throughout Australia….
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Australian resource export value expected to surge

Australia’s resources export values are expected to hit $278 billion in 2018–2019, a “sizeable upward revision” due to an improved…
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Inland Rail could save agricultural industry $70M per year

Shifting agriculture and horticulture from road to rail through the Inland Rail project could reduce transport costs for the agricultural…
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World first for thyssenkrupp in the Pilbara

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (Australia) has been awarded one of the largest fabrication and construction projects the company has ever handled…
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Australian and UK rail industries partner to boost exports

The UK and Australasian rail trade bodies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will lead to greater co-operation and…
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The CBH Group will keep its supply chain fees flat in 2019-20, following the $4 per tonne reduction provided to growers and marketers least year.

Viterra switches from rail to road for Eyre Peninsula grain

Grain handling business, Viterra Australia, will no longer supply the Eyre Peninsula by rail. In a bid to provide its…
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New taskforce begins Mt Isa Line flood repairs

Queensland Rail believes it can return the heavily-flood damaged Mt Isa Line to service within eight to 12 weeks. The…
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WA grain infrastructure undergoes $16M upgrade

Grain storage infrastructure has been upgraded in the Esperance Zone, Western Australia, following a network investment of $16 million. WA…
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