SSAB and Green Cargo further develop their collaboration and sign a new five year agreement.
Rail & barge
The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed Queensland Competition Authority’s UT5 decision for the Central Queensland Coal Network.
The Association of American Railroads urges the US Department of Transportation to promote and develop innovative approaches to freight railways to improve safety and increase efficiency.
Yesterday, Canadian Pacific showcased its next generation of grain transportation: a high efficiency product (HEP) train.
The port has been shortlisted in the Rail Freight & Logistics Excellence category along with two other companies.
The Queensland Resources Council approves of the Supreme Court of Queensland’s dismissal of Aurizon’s legal challenge to the draft coal rail network decision.
The report highlights BNSF’s progress on initiatives in the areas of sustaining operations, creating value for customers, engaging with employees and connecting with communities.
The £6 million project is one of the largest rail freight investments in the past five years, and is seen as a major vote of confidence in the UK’s continuing ability to trade and attract inward investment post-Brexit.
Kiamichi is a Class III shortline serving Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, interchanging with BNSF in Madill, Oklahoma.