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ICHCA Luncheon Meeting (Adelaide)
Adelaide, Australia - 24 February
Seminar / workshop

Topic: 'Challenges And Opportunities In The South Australian Rail Sector'
Speaker: MR GREGORY PAULINE - Managing Director, Genesee & Wyoming Australia

In these tough economic times the South Australian rail freight industry is facing some stiff competition for freight volumes from the other modes.  

Come and listen to Greg Pauline discuss the challenges and opportunities that could arise over the coming years and expand upon the actions that need to be taken by Governments and Industry if the rail industry is to continue to thrive and prosper into the future.

24 February

12:00 noon till 2:00pm (GMT +09:30) Adelaide

Adelaide Pavilion, Veale Gardens, cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road, Adelaide

Registrations close Friday 19 February 2016

Contact for booking / more info:
Deb Warda email:

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