Juniors await iron ore express

Looming infrastructure developments could kick-start the small end of the iron ore sector.

Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest person, is a key player in a potential industry-changing process that could unlock value trapped inside a cluster of small Western Australian iron ore companies lacking access to railways, ports and customers.

The Roy Hill rail and port system being built by a consortium she leads has the capacity to carry ore owned by other miners in deposits close to the rail route linking Roy Hill in the eastern Pilbara region with Port Hedland.

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