Friday 26th Apr, 2019

BHP to streamline workforce to deliver ‘competitive’ returns

BHP is cutting jobs and in-sourcing more of its contractor workforce to deliver ‘many billions’ in benefits for the business,…
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Flat out like a lizard: thyssenkrupp’s new mobile stacking bridge

 thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has taken its next step in mobile mining with the upcoming release of a new mobile stacking…
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WA Government launches FIFO mental health code

In an Australian first, the Western Australian Government has launched a code of practice that focuses on promoting and maintaining…
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Fenner Dunlop awarded $16M South Flank contract

Fenner Dunlop will manufacture and deliver the Overland Conveyor Belt package to BHP’s South Flank project in Western Australia. The…
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Stacked up: How Nepean is building a conveyor revolution

Nepean Conveyors is planning to change the game for materials handling in 2019 by introducing its agile relocatable conveyor system….
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MRC Graphite awards engineering contract on WA operation

Mineral Commodities’ subsidiary MRC Graphite has awarded an early start engineering contract for its Munglinup graphite operations in Western Australia…
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Mining operations return to normal after cyclones

Rio Tinto has reopened all of the operations in Western Australia and Queensland that were temporarily closed in anticipation of…
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Wesfarmers makes $1.5B takeover bid for Lynas

Wesfarmers has launched a $1.5 billion takeover bid at Lynas Corporation. Lynas’ owns the Mt Weld rare earths operation in…
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BHP autonomous trucks collide in the Pilbara

BHP has blamed a collision between two autonomous trucks at the Jimblebar iron ore mine in the Pilbara, Western Australia…
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