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GrainCorp says it will be relying on other rail freight providers to help cover the job of transporting this season's grain harvest in Victoria.
In May, the grain handler said its five-year deal with Pacific National to provide trains would ensure most of the harvest will transported by rail, and not by road.
The Wimmera Regional Transport Group welcomed the deal, but says GrainCorp told it this week that centres including Hopetoun and Rainbow will not be serviced.
GrainCorp's David Ginns says the exact service to be offered under the deal will not be known until the harvest is closer.
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Fri Jul 4, 2008
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