Asciano to develop expanded automated container terminal at Port Botany

Asciano to develop expanded automated container terminal at Port Botany

Image courtesy of Asciano.

In a significant move to improve productivity and capital returns, the Asciano board has approved a capital investment program to comprehensively redevelop and expand its container terminal at Port Botany.

This will include investing $348m to develop fully the recently leased

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