Port Kembla govt rail infrastructure handed to port corporation

Port Kembla Port Corporation has taken control of all government rail infrastructure and land in Port Kembla, on the New South Wales south coast, after a transfer from the State Government today.

The transfer involves rail assets, including 25 kilometres of rail track and sidings, being handed over by the Rail Infrastructure Corporation.

The chief executive officer of Port Kembla Port Corporation, Dom Figliomeni, says the network now includes the coal and grain rail systems, as well as the rail link to the new port car handling precinct in the inner harbour.

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