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Aurizon have released their quarterly above rail volumes for June 2015 and the results look mixed. Queensland Coal volumes in tonnes (comparing the June 2014 quarter with June 2015) are down 1% offset by an increase in volumes of 11% in NSW compared to June 2014.
Iron Ore volumes fell by 900,000 tonnes or 12% compared to the June 2014 quarter a sign of the changing market conditions in the Iron Ore sector.
Comparing the June 2014 financial year to that of June 2015 consolidated Coal Volumes (QLD and NSW) are stagnate with little change. The big changes for Aurizon over the same period are in Iron Ore volumes. Aurizon have experienced a 14% DROP in Iron Ore volumes between the 2014 and 2015 financial years.
General Freight Volumes increased by a modest 4% when comparing the June 2014 quarter with that of 2015.
Aurizon experienced a 1% drop in freight volumes (non coal and iron ore) between the 2014 and 2015 financial years.
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