The Queensland Competition Authority will be considering Aurizon’s business case for rail maintenance in two days time.
By the end of 2019, the Chinese steelmaking city of Tangshan has plans to end the movement of its bulk commodities by truck and instead shift the transportation of all of its iron ore and coal from ports to steel mills by rail.
According to the latest report by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, winter crop production is predicted to decrease in 2018-19, while wheat and barley is set to rise.
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Algoma Central Corp. announces that its joint venture with Nova Marine Carriers, NovaAlgoma Cement Carriers Ltd has acquired a 25% ownership interest in JT Cement.
Thyssenkrupp has supplied new quadruple rail car dumpers and shiploaders to the Caofeidian coal terminal in China.
Operations are running smoothly at T-Port’s Lucky Bay port facility, with contracts being awarded for construction, testing and computing works.
The Port of Newcastle is formally launching the Newcastle Bulk Terminal development at Walsh Point, Kooragang Island, showcasing showcases its investment into the future of bulk handling and the diversified trades of the port.