Brookeld Rail be­comes Arc In­fra­struc­ture

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Brook eld In­fra­struc­ture Part­ners might still be the ul­ti­mate own­ers of Brook  eld Rail but its sub­sidiary will no longer share the name.

The rail path owner and ac­cess provider will hence­forth be known as Arc In­fra­struc­ture.

“While we re­main a Brook eld com­pany, we’re look­ing for­ward to cre­at­ing our own unique iden­tity as Arc In­fra­struc­ture,” Arc CEO Paul Larsen says. “As Arc In­fra­struc­ture, our new name reects our com­mit­ment to mak­ing an even greater con­tri­bu­tion to the growth of Western Aus­tralia’s econ­omy.”

The rm in­sists em­ploy­ees were heav­ily in­volved in the devel­op­ment of the new brand and the cho­sen name em­bod­ies the as­pi­ra­tions for the com­pany’s fu­ture, while be­ing true to the heart of the core busi­ness.

The Aus­tralian Lo­gis­tics Coun­cil ( ALC) says it looks for­ward to work­ing with Arc on devel­op­ment of the Na­tional Freight and Sup­ply Chain Strat­egy.

“Close co­op­er­a­tion with the ma­jor freight lo­gis­tics op­er­a­tors in ev­ery state and ter­ri­tory is essen­tial to pro­duc­ing a Strat­egy that meets in­dus­try needs and de­liv­ers real eco­nomic benets,” ALC CEO Michael Kil­gar­iff says.

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