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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 7 Mining Companies, and 6 Service Providers including 2 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

  • 2017 Throughput
    Published by ILC

    2017 saw reasonable throughput year for the supply chain of 65,149,253t.

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  • Mothballed CQ coal mine re-opening plans revealed
    Published by Daily Mercury - Sept 6, 2017

    CENTRAL Queensland's Golding Contractors has been awarded the $25M job to provide mining services to Broadlea Coal Management at the Broadlea open cut mine.

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  • Orion to reopen Blair Athol mine
    Published by Australian Mining - May 1, 2017

    Orion Mining is preparing to restart operations at the Blair Athol coal mine in Queensland next month after it satisfied several conditions required by the state government for production to begin.

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