Greyhound Resources has secured two contracts to provide bus services for mining companies in Australia’s north.
The contracts will see the company provide transport for Energy Resources of Australia between Darwin and Jabiru, and for a liquefied natural gas operator in Gladstone, Queensland.
The deals mark the first time Greyhound will operate in the Gladstone region, while also broadening the company’s existing presence in the Northern Territory.
In Gladstone, Greyhound will provide eight daily services carrying up to 50,000 passengers that will travel over 300,000 kilometres each year. The agreement comes under a “three plus two-year contract.”