Saturday 22nd Feb, 2020

Rema Tip Top signs deal to extend infrastructure capabilities

Rema Tip Top has entered into an agreement with a leading civil, structural steel, mechanical and piping entity to extend its range of infrastructure.

Rema Tip Top has entered into an agreement with a leading civil, structural steel, mechanical and piping entity to extend its range of infrastructure capabilities.

Drew Project Services has partnered with Rema Tip Top and will bolster the company in the installation and maintenance of conveyor systems for Australian mining companies.

By entering into the deal, Rema Tip Top aims to provide broader infrastructure services and extend its capability to provide turnkey solutions for customers in civil and mechanical disciplines.

Some of the services improved by the partnership include detailed design and fabrication, detailed earthworks, form work and steel fixing, concreting, project management and supervision, heavy construction, site installation and commissioning, specialised welding and cutting, crane operation and rigging, painting and blasting services.

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Rema Tip Top’s National Projects and Tenders Manager Steve Hipwell said the partnership with Drew Project Services enables the company to focus on the broader infrastructure needs of its customers.

“We’ve long been recognised as a leading provider of products and services that help keep Australian miners on the move,” he said.

“From conveyor belt design, componentry and specialist repair services, we’ve been able to hone our skills over decades to become expert in the installation, maintenance and the replacement of conveyor belts globally.

“We’ve long spoken about our desire to provide total industrial solutions that are aligned to our customers’ operating challenges and the establishment of this new infrastructure capability is evidence of this commitment.”

The partnership comes into effect from January 1, 2020.