New Unit C4 generator transformer arrives at Callide Power Station

In December 2022, the Callide Unit C4 recovery project achieved a significant milestone with the successful transportation of the new C4 generator transformer from the Port of Gladstone to Callide Power Station. East Coast Traffic Control is proud to have provided traffic management services for CS Energy during this project. You can watch the final leg of the transformer’s journey as it is driven from Biloela to Callide Power Station.


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Discover how East Coast Traffic Control (ECTC) builds trust with local councils and road authorities through proactive engagement, transparency, and a commitment to quality and community development. Learn about our successful collaborations and the importance of these relationships in ensuring compliance and safety in traffic management.


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