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ARTC have a new Chairman of the Board, Mr John Caldon formerly Deputy CEO fo Macquarie Bank.
Mr John Caldon has been appointed the new chairman of the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC), the wholly government-owned company that manages the nation's interstate rail network.
Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner and Infrastructure and Transport Minister Anthony Albanese have announced Mr Caldon's appointment as a director and chairman of the ARTC Board for a three-year term starting on 21 January 2010.
"Mr Caldon brings with him a wealth of experience. As well as being a chartered accountant, he has previously served on a number of company boards across a range of industries including infrastructure, resources and finance. He is a former chairman of Rail Services Australia and the Australian Council for Infrastructure Development," said Mr Tanner.
"We are confident that Mr Caldon has the expertise and energy to continue the modernisation and revitalisation of the nation's freight rail network."
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