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What an amazing two weeks culminating with the $1.5 billion contract (for 10 years) to UGL for the operation and maintenance of all infrastructure for the Country Regional Rail Network.
Council has been in discussions with their executive over many months now and we are confident of being able to support the logistics hub of the business.
The hub will provide a range of employment opportunities, including apprenticeships and employment opportunities for folk with disabilities and pathways for school-based apprenticeships/traineeships for indigenous youth.
Much work is yet to be done but no doubt this is a huge boost for not only the Orange economy, but for the region.
On training and employment Council is very involved with school-based apprenticeships/traineeships and we have a number across a range of skills, including library, horticulture, clerical etc.
The Chamber of Commerce/business is increasing its profile and recently held a successful breakfast session and speaker.
Jack Evans is keen to see new members (particularly any younger business owners perhaps new to Orange).
This article first appeared on www.centralwesterndaily.com.au
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