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The 2nd Annual Inland Rail Summit is heading to Sydney in 2019 between the 30th April and 1st May and will focus on maximising commercial outcomes and overcoming complex construction and logistical delivery challenges on Australia’s major rail freight project.
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Inland Rail: Optimising Australia’s Freight Rail Network and Meeting Future Economic Need
Ahead of Australia’s first Inland Rail Summit 2018 we explore this massive new project and delve into the project management and engagement strategies being utilised to deliver the masses of proposed economic and social advantages for Australian towns and cities.
Exploring Pacific National’s New $35m Intermodal Terminal at Parkes
Ahead of the Inland Rail Summit 2018 we chat to Richard Johnstone, Business Improvement Manager at Pacific National, and Director of the Parkes Intermodal Project. In this Q&A Richard shares details of the new terminal and what it will mean for Australia’s economy and further delves into the stakeholder engagement...
Supporting and Delivering Australia’s Once-in-a-Generation Inland Rail to Deliver Future Economic Growth
Ahead of the Inland Rail Summit 2018 we chat to Melita Lanigan-King, Director of Regional and Industry Benefits for Inland Rail at the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. Melita, whose role as a Director in the Inland Rail and Rail Policy Division helps develop strategic framework and motivate and...
Creating a Sustainable and Harmonised Approach to Rail Freight at BLS Cargo – Lessons Learnt from Euorpean Freight Corridors in Enhancing Reliability and Seamelss Networks
In this presentation from Inland Rail 2018, Jürgen Maier-Gyomlay, Head of International Affairsand Projects at BLS Cargo covered:How BLS Cargo is playing a part in the development of uniform requirement for infrastructure managers to enhance inter-operability and seamlessness across all corridorsIntroducing and investing in new technology and processes, such as high...
Supporting the Economic Growth and Development of the Inland Rail for the Communities across the Darling Downs and South West Queensland
In this presentation from Inland Rail 2018, Bryan Gray, Executive Officer at Regional Development Australia, Darling Downs and South West covered:How the organisation is supporting the initiatives of the Inland Rail to improve network connection and establish the region as a transport and logistics hubAdvocating for current and proposed rail...
Scenic Rim Regional Council Embracing a New industry and Long-Term Vision for Freight Rail
In this presentation from Inland Rail 2018, Cr Greg Christensen, Mayor at Scenic Rim Regional Council covered:Collaboration as an essential piece to unlocking potential: Cooperation between all three levels of government - Federal, State and Local with SCTNext Generation Freight Movement and what it look like: Benefits of the Bromelton...
Establishing Last Mile Rail Connectivity Through PPP on Indian Railways to Attract Freight Business Back on Rail
In this presentation from Inland Rail 2018, Yogendra Sharma, President - Rail at Adani Mines and Power covered:Analysing the importance for PPP to deliver infrastructure assets through proper risk management, innovative design solutions and efficient construction methodologiesDesigning appropriate PPP models to attract private investors according to local conditions to bring...