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ERA to mediate CBH, Brookfield rail talks

CBH Group says it is bringing in the state’s economic watchdog to mediate the negotiation process with Brookfield Rail over access to grain rail freight lines.

CBH has been negotiating with Brookfield for the past four months to reach a new commercial arrangement to use the lines, with the current rail access deal set to expire in June next year.

General manager of operations, David Capper, said differences in pricing expectations meant an agreement was unlikely to be achieved through the negotiations, forcing CBH to begin the process to bring in the state Economic Regulation Authority to mediate the talks.

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WA Revenue most recent financial year

1st-CBH Group$3.72bn
2nd-KB Foods$513.5m
3rd-Wellard$512.3m
4th-Craig Mostyn Group$420.0m
5th-Geraldton Fishermen's Co-operative$360.0m
64 agribusiness ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

WA export revenue

6th↑Gold Corporation$6.39bn
7th↓Mitsui & Company$4.73bn
8th↑CBH Group$3.21bn
9th↓Alcoa of Australia$3.05bn
10th↓Hancock Prospecting$2.63bn
46 exporters ranked by WA export revenue most recent financial year

WA Revenue

1st-CBH Group$3.72bn
2nd↑HBF$1.56bn
3rd-St John of God Health Care$1.30bn
4th-RAC$660.8m
5th↑Geraldton Fishermen's Co-operative$360.0m
44 not for profit businesses ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

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