Thursday 9th Apr, 2020

Rema Tip Top wins contract to deliver 50km conveyor for South Flank

Rema Tip Top has been selected to install more than 50 kilometres of conveyor belting for BHP’s South Flank Project.

Rema Tip Top has been selected to install more than 50 kilometres of conveyor belting for BHP’s South Flank Project.

Monadelphous chose Rema Tip Top for the project in the Pilbara, Western Australia, due to the company’s previous track record and working relationship.

Rema Tip Top will deliver splice kits and help with the installation and splicing of steel cord and fabric belt on five conveyor systems, three of which are overland conveyors. 77 rolls of belt are to be installed on the project with 77 splices to be completed in total.

“This project represents a significant win for the business and is a testament to the commitment we have shown to delivering quality projects,” REMA TIP TOP Australia Projects Manager Steve Hipwell said.

“Monadelphous have a substantial pipeline of works in the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors so it’s great to continue to build on our successes with this leading engineering company.”

“With mobilisation set to begin in Q2 2020, we look forward to the successful completion of this project and growing our capabilities with Monadelphous.”

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