Past Presentation

Creating a Sustainable and Harmonised Approach to Rail Freight at BLS Cargo – Lessons Learnt from Euorpean Freight Corridors in Enhancing Reliability and Seamelss Networks

In this presentation from Inland Rail 2018, Jürgen Maier-Gyomlay, Head of International Affairs
and Projects at BLS Cargo covered:
  • How BLS Cargo is playing a part in the development of uniform requirement for infrastructure managers to enhance inter-operability and seamlessness across all corridors
  • Introducing and investing in new technology and processes, such as high performing freight messaging, that will work consistently with infrastructure and improve performance, productivity and profitability
  • Exploring the political initiatives and implement a long-distance strategy to grow freight volumes and demands for neighbouring areas

Supporting the Economic Growth and Development of the Inland Rail for the Communities across the Darling Downs and South West Queensland

In this presentation from Inland Rail 2018, Bryan Gray, Executive Officer at Regional Development Australia, Darling Downs and South West covered:

  • How the organisation is supporting the initiatives of the Inland Rail to improve network connection and establish the region as a transport and logistics hub
  • Advocating for current and proposed rail infrastructure projects that could link to the Inland Rail and potentially increase economic activity in the region
  • Assisting the stakeholders and contractors required to influence connectivity and innovation of the Inland Rail construction to help the region reap the economic and social benefits

Inland Rail Presentation Pack

Ahead of the 2019 Inland Rail Summit, have a look at some exclusive presentations from the 2018 event