A FIVE-YEAR contract involving an initial $1.95 million capital investment won by Noske Logistics to harvest and haul blue gum logs out of the Green Triangle region will create at least 20 local jobs within the next year and future prospects seem unlimited.
The contract is with Midway of Geelong and has another two five-year options attached to it and, according to Tony Noske it has the potential to last as long as global demand remains for the resource. Blue gum logs from this region are being chipped and exported.
The green triangle – which spans areas of South Australia and western Victoria, including Dartmoor and Casterton – is one of Australia’s largest timber resources.
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