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Martinus Rail, the NSW company hired by Adani to lay rail tracks for its Carmichael coal mine, is accredited to move wagons and locomotives and could potentially also be used by the Indian conglomerate to haul coal, edging out incumbents Aurizon and Pacific National.
Adani's announcement on October 18 that it had awarded a $100 million contract to Martinus to build a 200-kilometre rail line from the Carmichael mine to existing rail tracks operated by Aurizon came just two weeks after Malaysian engineering group Gamuda Berhad acquired a 50 per cent stake in the company.
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