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Aurizon coal on a growth trajectory

A CONTINUOUS push on transformation and productivity in order to keep cash flow and earnings steady is the focus Aurizon has for its coal business.

During FY2021, the coal business was successful in extending its long-term contract book.

During FY2021, the coal business was successful in extending its long-term contract book.

Aurizon CEO Andrew Harding told the company's annual general meeting that he expected coal haulage volumes to grow by about 5% this financial year. "During FY2021, the coal business was successful in...

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