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Today Aurizon released their June Quarter freight volumes guidance.
Coal volumes in terms of mt are down across Queensland and NSW. Iron Ore volumes by millions tonnes (mt) also fell, falling by 1%. Non coal and iron ore freight volumes tell a staggering 11% off the same quarter last year.
On a YTD basis, Coal and Iron Ore overall volumes were up but general freight volumes fell sharply to 46.3 mt down from 49.3
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