History



Asciano Limited was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange on 6 June 2007.

2012 C3 becomes a wholly owned Asciano business adding significant forestry services and port capabilities throughout Australia and New Zealand.
 
2010 Asciano Group becomes Asciano Limited by destapling from the Asciano Finance Trust.
2007 Asciano becomes the owner of a unique transport infrastructure portfolio, including 100% of Pacific National and the Patrick container ports as well as the combined port operations and stevedoring businesses of Toll and Patrick.
2006 Toll Holdings announces intention to restructure the Group into two ASX listed entities - Toll and Asciano.
2006 Toll acquires Patrick Corporation, gaining ownership of Patrick's Container Terminal operations, PortLink and Port Services businesses, and stevedoring operations, with the remaining 50% of Pacific National.
2002 Toll acquires National Rail Corporation and FreightCorp to form Pacific National - a joint venture between Toll and Patrick Corporation.
2002 Acquisition of BHP Stevedoring business in Port Kembla and Western Port in Australia and Tauranga, Napier and Lyttelton ports in New Zealand.
2001 Toll acquires privately owned Strang Stevedoring business, stevedoring services extended to include Portland, Melbourne and Newcastle.
1997 Toll purchases the operating rights to the Port of Geelong.
Toll acquires TNT Australia's Rail division along with other Australian transport assets.
1996 TNT Australia enters into the rail industry with the establishment of TNT Rail.