LINX - new operator

 
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
So what ended up happening here?  PN ran the Toll loading I assume.  Did LINX/SRS run?
james.au

SSR ceased running the TOLL Carrington service on behalf of LINX as suggested.

SSR continue to operate Enfield to Botany shuttles for LINX.

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  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
So what ended up happening here?  PN ran the Toll loading I assume.  Did LINX/SRS run?

SSR ceased running the TOLL Carrington service on behalf of LINX as suggested.

SSR continue to operate Enfield to Botany shuttles for LINX.
bingley hall
And no running at all for LINX/SSR?
  cuthbert Train Controller

LINX Cargo Care is owned by PN. Google is your friend. The LINX business is all about new employee work conditions and getting rid of unions - AGAIN!
  fzr560 Chief Train Controller

Please be a little more specific. I see reference to Brookfield  but not PN. They are not the same.
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
Link here

https://linxcc.com.au/about/

No PN....

LINX was part of the Patricks business but was also separated on the breakup of Asciano.

Link here

https://asciano.com.au

PN, LINX and Patrick were the surviving businesses.

Google is indeed your friend.
  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
Link here

https://linxcc.com.au/about/

No PN....

LINX was part of the Patricks business but was also separated on the breakup of Asciano.

Link here

https://asciano.com.au

PN, LINX and Patrick were the surviving businesses.

Google is indeed your friend.
james.au
Yep, LINX is the business referred to there as BAPS (Bulk and Automotive Port Services) and owned by Brookfield by the looks of it as the business units (C3, Geelong Port etc) are all the same

BG
  firefox Station Master

Link here

https://linxcc.com.au/about/

No PN....

LINX was part of the Patricks business but was also separated on the breakup of Asciano.

Link here

https://asciano.com.au

PN, LINX and Patrick were the surviving businesses.

Google is indeed your friend.
james.au


Um, Linx Cargo Care Group is a newly created entity, and is the rail logistics arm of Brookfield.

Patrick Stevedores is each 50% owned by Qube and Brookfield. Qube already has its Rail Division and has a big investment in the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal to channel traffic through Patricks at Port Botany. Now partner Brookfield has a lease of the Enfield Intermodal Terminal from Sydney Ports and is running its own port shuttles.

I will leave it to others to speculate why Brookfield would do this.


Firefox
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
Brookfield is the lead of a consortium, there an infrastructure investor and looking for investmemt returns, not an operator in their own right.

Brookfield is also a participant in a different consortium to own Patrick.

I wouldnt think of Brookfield as a transport company.
  Jack Le Lievre Chief Train Controller

Location: Moolap Station, Vic
And Brookfield was owned by the Canadians until purchased by the Chinese. There was/is speculation that the Chinese wanted the large number of buildings that are owned by Brookfield that are leased to a number of different Governments around the world.
  fzr560 Chief Train Controller

And after all that, is the consensus that there is no financial link between PN and Linx??
  jmt Deputy Commissioner

And Brookfield was owned by the Canadians until purchased by the Chinese. There was/is speculation that the Chinese wanted the large number of buildings that are owned by Brookfield that are leased to a number of different Governments around the world.
Jack Le Lievre
Brookfield Asset Management Inc., is listed on the Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges

It is 61.5% owned by institutional investors

Having viewed the list of institutional investors, I am surprised by the lack of Chinese names

What evidence do you have for the statement "And Brookfield was owned by the Canadians until purchased by the Chinese"

https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/bam/institutional-holdings
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
And after all that, is the consensus that there is no financial link between PN and Linx??
fzr560

Correct - there is none.

50% of gunzels still think Toll owns part of PN  Razz
  jmt Deputy Commissioner

And after all that, is the consensus that there is no financial link between PN and Linx??

Correct - there is none.

50% of gunzels still think Toll owns part of PN  Razz
bingley hall
The Japanese postmen are experiencing extreme difficulty in running a trucking company profitably, the mind boggles at at the thought of them owning a rail operator
  james.au Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
And after all that, is the consensus that there is no financial link between PN and Linx??
fzr560
Whilst I clicked agree, there are relationships, just not ownership ones.  PN runs the (largely) LINX filled Riverina-Melbourne train on what i suspect is pretty well a load and pull arrangement.  Im sure, like all sorts of places in the transport world there are other overlaps.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.


Get your cameras ready!
https://linxcc.com.au/news/linx-reveals-rail-fleet/
  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
That is one good looking loco in this poster's humble opinion.

BG
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
G516 leaving Goulburn on a light engine movement to Sydney.



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  Gman_86 Chief Commissioner

Location: Melton, where the sparks dare not roam!
G, Looking good!
  greasyrhys Chief Commissioner

Location: MacDonald Park, SA
Easily puts all the liveries the nr’s have worn over the years to shame
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
I don't know about you chaps but this livery reminds me of LYNX (yes I know), a type of deodorant marketed at edgy teenage males.

  BrentonGolding Chief Commissioner

Location: Maldon Junction
I don't know about you chaps but this livery reminds me of LYNX (yes I know), a type of deodorant marketed at edgy teenage males.
Dangersdan707
I had no idea that you were "edgy" Dan Laughing

BG
  YM-Mundrabilla Minister for Railways

Location: Mundrabilla but I'd rather be in Narvik
I don't know about you chaps but this livery reminds me of LYNX (yes I know), a type of deodorant marketed at edgy teenage males.
I had no idea that you were "edgy" Dan Laughing

BG
BrentonGolding
'Dodgy', perhaps? Laughing
  Dangersdan707 Chief Commissioner

Location: On a Thing with Internet
I don't know about you chaps but this livery reminds me of LYNX (yes I know), a type of deodorant marketed at edgy teenage males.
I had no idea that you were "edgy" Dan Laughing

BG
I don't use it
  x31 Chief Commissioner

Location: gallifrey
G, Looking good!
Gman_86

The livery looks excellent and noting this company has a 50% shareholding in the port of Geelong I would like to see some real rail action happening at Geelong other than the grain which has been a staple for years,  When are logs going to come back into Geelong on rail?

What else can LINX bring to the table?

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