Transnet lifts force majeure on 9 coal exporters

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Transnet is considering its options in dealing with coal exporters that refuse to amend a railing contract.
Transnet is considering its options in dealing with coal exporters that refuse to amend a railing contract.

Transnet Freight Rail has lifted the force majeure imposed on nine coal exporters that have signed a deed of amendment to a long-term railing contract and is "considering its options" in dealing with those who refuse to play ball.

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