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SUNRAYSIA catering companies, accommodation houses and workers have an opportunity to reap the rewards of the $440 million Murray Basin Rail Project as it ramps up its supply chain and workforce in the coming weeks.
Joint venture partners McConnell Dowell and Martinus Rail are calling on everyone from couriers, equipment hire companies and transporters, to mechanics, rail welders, engineers and administration workers to contribute to the project and in turn inject money into the Mildura economy.
Murray Basin Rail Project communications manager Kate Eskdale said the two companies were handed the tender on the condition they commit to boosting the economy of towns along the rail line wherever possible.
This article first appeared on www.sunraysiadaily.com.au
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