Boral Maldon Rail Terminal
The Boral Maldon Rail Terminal is a new development being undertaken as part of Boral's Sydney Aggregates Project.
The Terminal is being built adjacent to the Boral Maldon Cement Works at Maldon, near Picton (note - Maldon Cement webpage currently under construction).
Scheduled for opening in the second half of 2013, the Terminal will be used to transfer around 1.75 million tonnes of aggregate per year from the Boral Peppertree Quarry at Marulan South, and potentially other Boral facilities in the future, from rail to road.
>About the Boral Maldon Rail Terminal and Sydney Aggregates Project
>Planning and Approvals
>Occupational Health and Safety
>Our Community (including Latest News)
>Employment opportunities at the Boral Maldon Rail Terminal
New roundabout at Picton-Maldon Bridge Roads intersection
As part of Boral's approval to build the rail terminal, a new roundabout will be built at the intersection of Picton and Maldon Bridge Roads.
A number of communication activities have been organised to raise awareness among the general community about these works.
>Boral Maldon Cement Works website (under construction)
>Boral Peppertree Quarry website
>Consulting with our communities
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- 13 May 2013
- 6 May 2013
- 6 May 2013
- 1 May 2013
- 4 March 2013
- 13 February 2013
- 24 January 2013
- 23 January 2013
- ASX Announcement - Boral Organisational Changes - January 2013
- Boral in the News
Boral's 2013 Report on Gender Equality as reported to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency
ASX Release - BCM & Cement Investor Strategy Day and Site Tour Presentation
ASX Release - Boral Announces Trading Update
ASX Release - Macquarie Australia Equities Conference Presentation
Boral combines Construction Materials and Cement divisions and appoints new Divisional Managing Director
Results for the Half Year Ended 31 December 2012
Boral successfully prices debut Swiss Franc bond issue
First Half Trading Update and Changes to Segment Reporting
Boral's new business structure to improve competitiveness
Boral's Employee Magazine