Genesee & Wyoming Australia

Genesee & Wyoming Australia

Overview

As Genesee & Wyoming’s largest and fastest-growing region, Genesee & Wyoming Australia (GWA) owns nearly 5,000 kilometres of track in South Australia and the Northern Territory, including the 2,200-km Tarcoola-to-Darwin railway. An accredited rail-service provider in six states (all but Tasmania), GWA provides intrastate haulage of bulk commodities including grain, steel, gypsum and minerals as well as short-haul shunting and terminal operations. GWA is also a major supplier of contracted services, such as locomotives, wagons and crews, for freight forwarding on the interstate rail network.

A safety leader in the industry, GWA has more than 400 employees, 95 locomotives and 950 active wagons. Through long-term contracts and acquisition of locomotives and equipment to support customer projects, GWA seeks to form long-term partnerships with customers.

Following the 2010 acquisition of the 2,200-km Tarcoola-to-Darwin railway, GWA more than ever offers the operating expertise, safety record, infrastructure and financial strength to serve new customers in central Australia and beyond.

Services
Schedules
Access Seekers
Terminals
Documents
Job Board
Employee Self Service

With the 2010 acquisition of the 2,200-km Tarcoola-to-Darwin railway, Genesee & Wyoming Australia Pty Ltd became the largest of the 11 Genesee & Wyoming operating regions around the world.

Genesee & Wyoming Australia Pty Ltd was formed in June 2006 after GWI and its Australian joint venture partner, Wesfarmers Limited,  sold  their Western Australia operations and certain other assets of the Australian Railroad Group (ARG). GWI purchased Wesfarmers' 50 percent ownership interest in ARG's remaining operations, which are principally located in South Australia and the Northern Territory. The Adelaide-based business was renamed Genesee & Wyoming Australia Pty Ltd and is a 100 percent-owned subsidiary.

Genesee & Wyoming’s involvement in Australia started in 1997, when GWI Australia Pty. Ltd. acquired the assets of Australian National's freight rail business in the state of South Australia from the Commonwealth of Australia and created Australia Southern Railroad (ASR), a wholly owned subsidiary of GWI Australia. ASR's predecessor incurred substantial losses in 1996, yet, on the first day of operations, ASR turned the business into a profitable enterprise.

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Industrial Development
Transload Locations
Current Line
Other G&W railroads
Trackage Rights
Interstate lines with open access

Contact Information

Genesee & Wyoming
Australia Pty Ltd

Phone: +61-8-8343-5455
Fax: +61-8-8343-5454

Keswick Office:
Genesee & Wyoming
Australia Pty Ltd
Level 3, 33 Richmond Road Keswick, South Australia 5035

Mailing Address:
Genesee & Wyoming
Australia Pty Ltd
P.O. Box 309 Marleston, South Australia 5033

Greg Pauline
Managing Director
Phone: +61-8-8343-5491
Fax: +61-8-8343-5454

Vanessa Hoey
Director Human Resources
Phone: +61-8-8343-5446
Fax: +61-8-8343-5466

Natasha Jensen
Director of Marketing & Business Development
Phone: +61-8-8343-5415
Fax: +61-8-8343-5454

Paul Hollitt
Access & Property Manager
Phone: +61-8-8343-5441
Fax: +61-8-8343-5454

Dry Creek Office:
1 Kidman Road Dry Creek
South Australia 5094
Phone: +61-8-8343-7650
Fax: +61-8-8343-7655

Mark Smith
National Workplace Health, Safety & Environmental Manager
Phone: +61-8-8343-5402
Fax: +61-8-8343-5454

EP Operations - Whyalla Office:
Genesee & Wyoming
Australia Pty Ltd
c/o ONESTEEL SITE
Pt Augusta Road Whyalla
South Australia 5600

Tony Worby
Regional Operations Manager (EP)
Phone: +61-8-8644-3108
Fax: +61-8-8644-3109

Berrimah Freight Terminal:
Genesee & Wyoming
Australia Pty Ltd
Export Drive Berrimah NT 0828
Phone: +61-8-8984-2000
Fax: +61-8-8947-4632

Shane Hennessy
Regional Operations Manager Darwin
Phone: +61-8-8984-2016
Fax: +61-8-8947-4632

 

 

 

 

 

 

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