Competition drives down freight rates

RATES charged by Australia’s rail freight operators are being forced down by open access competition. Last month, FreightCorp was awarded a two-year ’interim’ contract by Flinders Energy to carry 5 million tonnes of coal to Leigh Creek power station near Port Augusta; a 10 year deal is in prospect. Only ...

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