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Central Queensland is set to see the economic spin-offs from a $7.1 billion boost to the state’s train manufacturing industry, the State Government says.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said Central Queensland would play a key role in the supply-chain as she released plans to build 65 trains in Maryborough, creating up to 3000 jobs throughout Queensland.

“At the election, we pledged $600 million to build 20 new trains in Maryborough with an option for a further 45,” she said.

“It’s now clear we’ll need a full complement of trains to cater for growth in years to come.”

Member for Rockhampton Barry O’Rourke said the government was in the process of acquiring the Rockhampton Rail Workshops.

The government’s historic investment in Queensland rail manufacturing and supply would no doubt attract more rail suppliers to the region, he said.

“Once set up, the Rockhampton Rail Workshops have the potential to play a pivotal role in the supply chain.

“The industry can come to Central Queensland with confidence, knowing the Palaszczuk Government is committed to keeping rail manufacturing and supply local.”

It comes after the announcement last week Rockhampton manufacturer Austrak had secured a multi-million dollar contract extension to supply Queensland Rail with concrete sleepers over the next three years.

Austrak managing director Murray Adams said the company’s partnership with Queensland Rail had resulted in economic benefits for generations of Queenslanders.

“Queensland Rail is Austrak’s longest standing customer, and we are delighted that they have chosen to extend their sleeper contract,” Mr Adams said.

“The contract with Queensland Rail underpins our factory in Rockhampton and helps to keep over 50 people in regional jobs.”

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