The Queensland Competition Authority will be considering Aurizon’s business case for rail maintenance in two days time.
Rail & barge
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.
BNSF Railway Company requests two-year file extension for Positive Train Control deadline.
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Ceres Global Ag has received BNSF site certification status and CTPAT certification at the Northgate Terminal.
The project concerns the autonomous operation of trains at the group’s iron ore business in Western Australia.
AUS$4 billion from Queensland exports and AUS$500 million in annual royalties paid by the industry to the Queensland Government will be cut following Aurizon’s reduction in the number of its coal trains.