Aurizon (AZJ) is Australia's largest rail freight operator and a top 50 ASX company. Each year, we transport more than 250 million tonnes of Australian commodities — connecting miners, primary producers, and industry with international and domestic markets. Aurizon provide integrated freight and logistics solutions across an extensive national rail and road network, traversing Australia. Aurizon has four major product lines for customers: Network, Coal, Iron Ore and Freight.
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Wah Nam International Holdings (WNI) is an investment holding company, incorporated in Bermuda and listed on the main board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (Stock Code 159) since 2002. Wah Nam is officially admitted to the Australian Securities Exchange (the "ASX") on 7 Jan 2011 and the commencement of trade started on 11 Jan 2011.
Qube Logistics (QUB) is a fund company which invests in a portfolio of infrastructure, utilities securities and logistics investments in Australia and overseas. QUB is managed by Kaplan Funds Management. Permanent Investment Management Limited (PIML) is the responsible entity of the fund.
Since listing on the ASX as KFM Diversified Infrastructure and Logistics Fund in 2007, Qube Logistics has more than doubled in size and progressed from being an investment fund towards becoming a focused operating logistics business.
Skywest Airlines (SXR) has been serving millions of Western Australian locals and tourists for 45 years. Skywest Airlines carries 400,000 people a year across Western Australia, Darwin and Bali, providing a link for regional communities, tourists and businesses. Investors can trade Skywest Airlines shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
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Macquarie Atlas Roads Group (MQA) is a global toll road developer and operator. MQA was created out of the portfolio reorganisation of Macquarie Infrastructure Group into two separate ASX-listed toll road groups, MQA and Intoll. The company was listed on Australian Securities Exchange on 25 January, 2010. Investors can trade Macquarie Atlas Roads Group shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Intoll Group (ITO), formerly MIG was formed to enable private investors to participate in the growth associated with infrastructure assets. ITO invests in toll roads, with 407ETR considered a mature toll road. M7 is in the late stage of its ramp-up period; consequently, the high recent traffic growth is expected to moderate. Investors can trade Intoll shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Brisconnections Unit Trusts (BCS) designs, construct, operates, maintains and finances large infrastructure projects. The company has recently won the contract to develop Airport Link toll road, which is tipped to be Australia’s largest infrastructure project.
It is a single purpose entity and has the support of its original sponsors Macquarie Capital Group Ltd., Thiess Pty Ltd., and John Holland Group. It was listed on the Australian Stock Market (ASX) on 31 July, 2008.
Richfield International (RIS) is an owner and operator of bulk carrier vessels. The company provides a wide range of international seaborne transportation services to owners, operators, managers and charterers of vessels in both the liner and tramper trade. RIS was listed on the Australian Stock Market (ASX) on 23 March, 2006.
Wridgways Australia (WWA) principal activity is the provision of household and commercial furniture removals. It provides removal services within Australia and overseas. It is one of the largest operators in the Australian removals industry, having 22 branches throughout Australia. The company also has access to a network of over 600 professional agents worldwide.
Traffic Technologies (TTI) provides services and hardware to the road industry. It has three divisions: Traffic Management, Traffic Signals & Hardware and Traffic Signs. It specialises in the development, marketing and sale of its Smart Traffic Light product, which utilises LED technology. The Smart Traffic Light can improve performance of traffic lights whilst reducing the power consumption and maintenance costs for road traffic authorities.
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