LCCO DRIVERS CERTIFIED IN LIBERIA

On 3 February 2015, ArcelorMittal-Liberia handed out certificates confirming that four Liberians had qualified as locomotive drivers. Several hundred employees applied to train and 22 Liberians were...

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NEW LOCOS IN LIBERIA

ArcelorMittal Liberia, which is preparing for phase two of its operations, recently took delivery of six new General Electric (GE) locomotives from the United States. In advance of their arrival, a...

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LIBERIAN TRANSPORT IMPORT DUTY SUSPENDED

According to an executive order signed by Liberian President Sirleaf on 20 December, import duty, as well as goods and service tax (GST), was suspended with immediate effect on all vehicles and spare...

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LIBERIAN IRON-ORE RAILWAY

In another series of articles about African railways commissioned recently for the English service of RFI - Radio France International - Adolphus Mawolo writes about Liberia’s revived iron ore line....

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RAIL AWARENESS IN LIBERIA

On 2 April, ArcelorMittal in Liberia started an awareness campaign aimed at alerting the public to safety issues both within the mine property and along the railway from Yekepa to the port of...

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LIBERIA'S TOKADEH-BUCHANAN LINE.

Luxembourg-based ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, invested $US800 million to refurbish an iron ore mine, port and railways to produce the first exports from Liberia in about 20 years in...

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LIBERIA'S LONG TRAIN

Adapted from a CNN story - People wait beside the track that disappears into the forest. “After a few hours”, the rails begin to vibrate with the sound of an oncoming train. The Liberian Express is...

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UPGRADE FOR BONG

Negotiations for upgrading the 250km Bong Mining Railway in Liberia are at an advanced stage. Ircon (the Indian Railway Construction Corporation), the preferred bidder, hopes to sign a contract worth...

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MAKE-AWAY ACCIDENT DETAIL

More detail has emerged on the 13 January accident in Liberia, on the recently revived Bong Mines railway. A train travelling from the mine to Monrovia collided, 68km from the capital, with a...

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