unfortunately it's a bit of drive for the melbourne cupThat's some niche to find. Those high-flying, mega-buck racehorse owners would happily pay huge money to ship their prize steeds around the world. Once you're in with the global racehorse set, money is no object.
/monthly_2019_03/911751779_WagnerInfrastructure.png.aaeb8ca4fdfed37f419ca162e3cb647d.png" data-ratio="75.21">Imagine chasing that $10M by spending more money on Wellcamp's 1 flight a week freight business
Wagners to submit business case for massive freight hub
18th Mar 2019 5:00 AM | Updated: 12:51 PM
WAGNERS has been invited to submit a business case for a multimillion-dollar agricultural export distribution centre at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport.
State Development Minister Cameron Dick said the State Government made an election commitment to provide up to $10 million from its $150 million Jobs and Regional Growth Fund for the project.
Wagner Corporation and Air Freight Handling Services in Cairns were the two companies selected to put together detailed business cases.
"The delivery of this election commitment will support the development and construction of an agricultural export distribution pilot centre in regional Queensland," Mr Dick said.
"Wagner Corporation will now start work on a business case for Toowoomba, after progressing through the expression of interest process, which attracted detailed proposals from across Queensland.
"An export distribution centre of this type is new for Queensland, and we are taking our time to get it right.
"A final decision on the outcome of the process and the location of the regional export distribution hub will be made later this year."
Mr Dick said a Regional Export Distribution Centre would help boost rapid airfreight access for Queensland agricultural producers.
"This type of facility has the potential to help our primary producers access key international markets, while supporting regional jobs and enhancing agricultural productivity," he said.
we've just spent $1.6B building the Range bypass to allow faster road access to Brisbane for freight, throwing $10M of gov money at Wellcamp seems bit stupid.
The two things are very different (cement and concrete). Generally here we have two types of concrete, Bituminous Concrete and Cementious Concrete. Bituminous Concrete or Asphalt seems to just get called "bitumen" while Cementious Concrete gets called "cement". The cement and bitumen are just binders.A bit like saying mince meat when they mean spaghetti bog...