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Aurizon invests in Queensland rail upgrade

Aurizon, Australia’s largest rail-freight operator, is making a A$180 million (US$140 million) investment in 40 high-tech track machines and specialised wagons, aiding the expansion of coal exports.

Nadav Shemer
Aurizon is investing in a Queensland rail upgrade

Aurizon is investing in a Queensland rail upgrade

Lance Hockridge, managing director and CEO, unveiled the new 62-metre, 193-tonne track machines at a ceremony at Sarina attended by 60 local employees. These machines maintain the rail sleepers and rock...

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