Aurizon Coal Enterprise Agreement

Sydney – A dispute between Australian rail operator Aurizon and unionized workers in the country`s largest coal export rail system over a coal company that has resulted in various union actions is closed. The new Enterprise Agreement (EA) ended a dispute that, late last year and earlier this year, led to sporadic strikes at the Central Queensland Coal Network. The conflict began before Christmas, the last trade union actions resulted in mid-March. Aurizon, Australian coal network workers are ending the dispute over the enterprise agreement “Aurizon employees voted for a new company coal agreement,” Aurizon said in an email sent to S-P Global Platts on Monday. “81.2% of the workers covered by the proposed agreement voted `yes` in the 19 July vote. BMA Rail 2013Seee note that this agreement is being renegotiated A spokesman for the railways, trams and buses union said this means there would be no further collective action on the coal supply chain. All of the above links are related to agreements available on the Fair Work Australia website, CQCN includes four major coal systems — Moura, Blackwater, Goonyella and Newlands — and a connection system that connects Goonyella to the Abbot Point expansion. The network connects more than 50 mines and five export ports. Are high Indian steel prices the result of a supply shock or is a recovery in demand a reality? Click on the links below to get to the current train agreements: while strikes have influenced volume on the key network, the volume of strong customer demand increased by 2% in the January-March quarter to reach 36.4 million mt in the quarter of the year, according to Aurizon`s latest quarterly report. To read more, you must register or register with us. Saudi Arabia promotes the circulatory carbon system, as it plans to continue pumping the Queensland Rail Enterprise Agreement 16 November 2020 It is free and easy to do. Please use the button below and we`ll bring you back here when you`re done.

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