Austrak

Concrete Railway Sleepers / Ties

Dubai Factory Ships 55,000t of Sleepers into WA

Austrak's Dubai factory continues to exceed production targets and is on track to make its fourth shipment of sleepers into Port Hedland this...

Dubai Factory Ships 55,000t of Sleepers into WA

Austrak’s Dubai Factory Open for Business

Austrak's newest factory, their twelfth worldwide and the first in Dubai, produced its first pre-stressed concrete railway sleepers last...

Austrak’s Dubai Factory Open for Business

Austrak Cementing its Reputation Globally

Austrak continues to grow in global reach and reputation, with work commencing on its first factory outside of Australia. Based in Dubai, this latest factory will be the twelfth built by...

Austrak Cementing its Reputation Globally

Austrak to Supply 500,000 New Concrete Sleepers for ARTC Track Upgrades

On August 5, the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) announced that Austrak had been awarded the $50m contract to produce 500,000 new pre-stressed concrete sleepers for ARTC...

Austrak to Supply 500,000 New Concrete Sleepers for ARTC Track Upgrades

New Sleeper Factory in Wagga Wagga

The contract involves the supply of a minimum of 1.25 million sleepers and fasteners for its $2 billion North-South rail upgrade project, which will be delivered over the next three years....

New Sleeper Factory in Wagga Wagga

Austrak Wins Top Employer Award

At a special event in Darwin, it was announced that Austrak had won the 'top employer' award at the Northern Land Council's 2006 Employer Excellence Awards. Judges of the awards were looking...

Austrak Wins Top Employer Award

New Wagga Wagga Concrete Sleeper Factory Underway

The new concrete sleeper factory at Wagga Wagga, which will supply one million concrete sleepers for Australian Rail Track Corporations Ltd's (ARTC) concrete re-sleepering of the interstate...

New Wagga Wagga Concrete Sleeper Factory Underway

Austrak and Queensland Rail sign a Concrete Sleeper Supply Alliance

Queensland Rail's (QR) CEO, Bob Scheuber, and the executive chairman of Laing O'Rourke Australia (the owner of Austrak), Andrew Wilson, took part in a signing ceremony at Austrak's ...

Austrak and Queensland Rail sign a Concrete Sleeper Supply Alliance