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With just one week until the 2019 Inland Rail Conference hosted by the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) and the Australasian Railway Association (ARA), time is running out to register and join over 400 delegates in Toowoomba on 21-22 August.
With the theme Connecting Regions, Building Australia, the Conference will focus on how this nationally significant infrastructure project will transform the movement of freight in Australia.
With presentations and panel discussions from a range of key customers, operators, contractors, suppliers, consultants and senior government stakeholders, the Conference will examine the opportunities and challenges associated with the Queensland section of the project, including the 126km section from Toowoomba to Kagaru in Queensland which is proposed to be delivered through a Public Private Partnership and would involve large-scale tunnelling.
Don't miss your last opportunity to be part of this major industry and regional development event!
This article first appeared on www.vision6.com.au
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