We are building the 200km Carmichael Rail project, providing jobs and opportunities. The rail line will connect the Carmichael Mine to the Abbot Point Port via existing rail infrastructure.
Adani has up to 1,200 people working onsite to deliver the narrow-gauge rail line. This allows Adani Australia to export quality Queensland coal faster, to meet the global demand.
Major contracts are being delivered from central Queensland. We are generating jobs and opportunities for these regional communities just as we said we would, in line with our longheld commitments.
Australian-owned and operated Martinus Rail is laying the tracks for the rail line, after they secured a $100 million contract. Australian contractor Decmil has completed the $40 million design and construct contract for the three temporary work camps.
As of early 2020, Adani Australia had signed over $1 billion in contracts to build the Carmichael Mine and Rail project, bringing strong economic benefits to many local and regional businesses and suppliers.