QLD’s $300 million rail pipeline deal

 
Topic moved from News by bevans on 13 Dec 2019 11:28
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Good news for rolling stock manufacturing in QLD with QR commitments.

Now who does Aurizon use for wagon building and maintenance and loco maintenance?

QLD’s $300 million rail pipeline deal

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  Sulla1 Chief Commissioner

Aurizon continues to do much of its own general maintenance in-house at its major depots, including Willowburn (Toowoomba), Callemondah (Gladstone), Jilalan (Sarina), Pring (Bowen) and Stuart (Townsville). Jilalan is currently doing repaints of the electric locomotive fleet. Diesel fleet overhauls and repaints are carried out by Progress at Redbank (Ipswich), while some wagon maintenance is outsourced to the Wulguru Group workshops and UGL Bohle, both in Townsville.

Pacific National, now with a Queensland fleet of 115 electric and diesel locomotives, has maintenance agreements with Progress, which includes wagon and locomotive maintenance at Progress' Redbank, Nebo (Goonyella System) and Partington (Townsville) facilities. BMA also uses the PN/Progress facilities at Nebo.
  YM-Mundrabilla Minister for Railways

Location: Mundrabilla but I'd rather be in Narvik
The term 'pipeline' is misleading.

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