NSW Ports opens new lookout at Enfield intermodal terminal


intermodal lookout (L-R) Marika Calfas, Paul McClintock and Jodi McKay intermodal lookout

Chairman McClintock says viewing area is part of community awareness effort

 

NSW Ports has opened a new walkway and viewing area at the southern precinct of the intermodal terminal facility at Enfield.

NSW Ports chairman Paul McClintock, who officially opened the viewing bay yesterday along with NSW Ports CEO Marika Calfas and Member for Strathfield Jodi McKay, says the new lookout will allow people to observe ongoing terminal operations.

McClintock says community awareness and stakeholder engagement is important to ensure long-term operations of ports and intermodal terminals.

"NSW Ports are custodians of four significant infrastructure assets – Port Botany, Port Kembla, the Intermodal Logistics Centre here at Enfield and the Intermodal facility at Cooks River," McClintock says.

"All these facilities have an important role to play in ensuring the efficiency of freight supply chains for the benefit of the people and businesses of the State and the nation.

"Community awareness and support is important to the long-term operation of the ports and intermodal terminals".

The Enfield Intermodal Logistics Centre commenced operations in 2015 as a key freight transport link in Sydney.

Yesterday's event was also attended by representatives from the Enfield Community Liaison Committee, former rail workers, NSW Ports tenants and community members.

You can also follow our updates by joining our LinkedIn group or liking us on Facebook