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Our Vision: Deliver a competitive & effective supply chain


Integrated Logistics Company Pty Ltd

Located inland to the west of Mackay, the Dalrymple Bay Coal Chain is a major coal supply chain network that extends over 300 kilometres.  Coal is transported from 26 coal producing mines at 23 load points onto trains that are 2 kilometres long terminating at the Port of Hay Point where the coal is loaded by the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal onto waiting ships for export.  The multi-user coal chain produces up to 85 MTPA of capacity.

The Integrated Logistics Company Pty Ltd (ILC) was formed to provide a collaborative framework for stakeholders of the supply chain to maximise throughput for the benefit of all stakeholders.  Its shareholders include 6 Mining Companies, and 7 Service Providers including 3 Rail Operators, 1 Rail Manager, Terminal Operator, Terminal Lessee, and also North Queensland Bulk Ports.

ILC co-ordinate on behalf of its shareholders various functions including Master Planning, Tactical/Long Term Planning, Coal Chain Forecasting and Coal Chain Performance Management.

Latest News

  • 2019 Throughput
    Published by ILC

    2019 saw throughput for the supply chain of 67,061,497t

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  • 2018 Throughput
    Published by ILC

    2018 saw an improvement in throughput year for the supply chain of 69,715,846t

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  • Stanmore awards extension to Goldings
    Published by Mining Technology - November 18, 2018

    Stanmore Coal has awarded Golding Contractors an A$500m ($363.58m) extension to the existing mining services contract at Isaac Plains East coal mine in Queensland, Australia.

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