Getting to know Australian Rail.....

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Getting to know Australian Rail......

The Iron Road team welcomed two teams of specialist CREC engineers to the Adelaide office who will be reviewing and working in house on the Central Eyre Iron Project. As a matter of familiarisation, a number of trips were organised for the group including a day trip to Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) head office where a significant portion of the rail network is logistically managed. The group was shown around the rail network management system at ARTC. This was followed by a visit to SCT logistics depot in Penfield, one of the rail freight companies in South Australia. Here, the group were given the opportunity to look inside a locomotive train at SCT and shown through the maintenance workshop. The visit offered the group an understanding of the way rail operates in Australia and the safety standards required to do so.


Infrastructure Project A National Priority

Friday, 9 September 2016

Infrastructure Australia Declares Central Eyre Iron Project (CEIP) infrastructure (rail and port) a Priority Project

The CEIP is only one of two South Australian Projects currently on the national Infrastructure Priority List managed by IA and was one of only four projects nationwide to be included in the current review.

Please click here for the full announcement.

$4 billion iron ore project strikes agreement with China

Press Release from Premier Jay Weatherill and Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith
Wednesday, 9 September 2015

$4 billion iron ore project strikes agreement with China

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The stock exchange has today been advised that a major South Australian iron ore project has taken a significant step closer to development, after agreements were struck with five Chinese steel companies.

Iron Road has signed with five global leading Chinese steel companies, including with Shandong Iron & Steel Group at the Adelaide Convention Centre last night.

Please click here to read the whole press release

Assessment Level and Guidelines for CEIP Infrastructure Released

On 13 November 2014 the South Australian Government advised Iron Road Limited that the Development Assessment Commission has determined that the appropriate form of assessment for the infrastructure components of the CEIP is an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). 

Read more: Assessment Level and Guidelines for CEIP Infrastructure Released

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