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Railpage understands Aurizon is close to signing a deal with Qube Logistics to offload its holding Colin Rees Transport or CRT acquired in June 2005. Railpage has learnt of the deal in recent days.
CRT Group was an intermodal transport company in Australia, founded in 1954 as Colin Rees Transport. The company was acquired by QR National in June 2005. At the time of acquisition by QR National, now Aurizon, was in the top 10 logistics companies in Australia with a turnover of $80 million, and moving over 600,000 tonnes of freight a year.
The company specialised in the movement of food products, polymers and plastics. In June 2011 it ceased trading as a separate brand, and became part of QR National.
CRT Group operated a number of terminals, with those at Yennora in Sydney and Altona in Melbourne provided with their own railway sidings.
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