Saturday 2nd Jul, 2022
Nelson Silos delivered a lime silo to the Karlawinda Gold Project at Newman in Western Australia. ABHR speaks to Eric Nelson, the company’s Managing Director, to learn more about the 8000-kilometre round trip.

Nelson Silos goes for gold

Nelson Silos delivered a lime silo to the Karlawinda Gold Project at Newman in Western Australia. ABHR speaks to Eric…
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Blue Phoenix Western Australia has signed a 25-year contract with Avertas Energy to build, own and operate an Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) processing facility at Latitude 32, in Kwinana, Perth.

Contract signed for Perth Incinerator Bottom Ash facility

Blue Phoenix Western Australia has signed a 25-year contract with Avertas Energy to build, own and operate an Incinerator Bottom…
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Freight transport improvements at Port Botany are one step closer, with major firms shortlisted to design and build the Botany Rail Duplication and Cabramatta Loop projects.

Perth intermodal container terminal progresses to next stage

The Western Australian Government is considering a market-led proposal for the development of a new Bullsbrook Intermodal Container Terminal.

ABHR speaks to the team at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Australia to learn how the company supplied some of the world’s largest stackers and reclaimers for BHP’s US$3.6 billion South Flank project.

Delivering some of the world’s largest rail-mounted machines

ABHR speaks to the team at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Australia to learn how the company supplied some of the world’s largest stackers and reclaimers for BHP’s US$3.6 billion South Flank project.

ABHR speaks to Richard Morgan, Founder of Aspec Engineering, to learn why it has such a high rate of return business.

Building the aspects of quality engineering

ABHR speaks to Richard Morgan, Founder of Aspec Engineering, to learn why it has such a high rate of return…
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Autonomous truck at Fortescue site. Image: Fortescue Metals Group

Fortescue opens autonomous tech hive

The Fortescue Hive, the company’s Integrated Operations Centre which uses the latest automation and monitoring technology, has been officially opened….
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Rio Tinto and WA launch automation TAFE course

The Western Australian Government, Rio Tinto and South Metropolitan TAFE have partnered to launch an Australian-first automation-focused course, the Certificate…
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lithium processing

Largest lithium plant of its kind launched in WA

One of the largest lithium hydroxide plants of its kind in the world has been launched in Kwinana, Western Australia,…
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Australian Govt calls for engineering expertise for Australian AI

Engineers across all disciplines have been encouraged to have their say in the further development of artificial intelligence.

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