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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2013
33 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2013 COMPANY PROFILE Alifeline to the state's economy, Brookfield Rail manages over 5100 kilometres of open access multi- user rail infrastructure throughout the southern half of Western Australia. Brookfield Rail is one of the few independent rail infrastructure providers in the world, and is responsible for access management, signalling and communication systems, train control, and rail construction and maintenance throughout its network. As the only network in the region providing access to markets through six government-owned ports, Brookfield Rail's network transports a wide range of commodities including grain, iron ore, coal, alumina, bauxite and interstate freight. Since privatisation, Brookfield Rail has invested over $2 billion in upgrades, transforming the network and building a reliable and critical piece of transport infrastructure for the future of Western Australia's economy. Having recently completed the largest investment project on the state's network in the last 40 years, Brookfield Rail has rebuilt over 184 kilometres of rail infrastructure in the Mid West to significantly increase capacity and provide opportunities for future development and growth in the region. Brookfield Rail remains committed to providing a safe, efficient and reliable freight rail network for their customers, ultimately supporting the economic growth of the southern half of Western Australia. Providing the lifeline to WA www.brookfieldrail.com Providing the lifeline to Western Australia Since privatisation, over $2 billion has been invested in Brookfield Rail's freight rail network, providing a reliable and robust piece of transport infrastructure for the future of Western Australia's economy. A lifeline to the State's economy, the 5,100 kilometres of open access multi-user rail infrastructure plays a vital role in linking Western Australia to the rest of the country and export markets around the world. Brookfield Rail remains committed to providing a safe, efficient and reliable freight rail network for their customers, ultimately supporting the economic growth in the southern half of Western Australia. For more information about Brookfield Rail and its rail network, visit www.brookfieldrail.com.