Sunday 22nd Sep, 2019
Continental, Michelin and software developer Smag have launched a joint venture to develop an app that can map sustainability across the natural rubber industry.

Two WA bulk projects get major status boost

Two projects that will create more than 700 jobs in Western Australia and boost the mining and agricultural industries have…
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CBH Group completes first permanent storage upgrade for harvest

Construction has wrapped up on the first of CBH Group’s storage expansion projects for this year’s harvest, as part of…
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Fenner Dunlop has expanded its operations in Western Australia, opening a new workshop and service centre in Karratha.

Fenner Dunlop opens Karratha workshop

Fenner Dunlop has expanded its operations in Western Australia, opening a new workshop and service centre in Karratha. The workshop…
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Cataby mineral sands mine officially opens in WA

A $275 million mineral sands mine has been officially opened and is expected to sustain 600 ongoing jobs over its…
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Gear from SEW China ticks all the boxes

By combining German design, Chinese manufacturing and local support, SEW-Eurodrive upgraded an Australian mine operator’s critical slewing-winch gearboxes.

Rio Tinto backs Australia’s first automation TAFE course

Rio Tinto has introduced Australia’s first nationally recognised qualifications in automation to provide workers with skills in the science, technology,…
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As part of a trial, CBH Group has installed linear actuators across five key sites in its network, resulting in a significant boost to its efficiency and reduced labour costs.

Harvesting the benefits of linear actuators

As part of a trial, CBH Group has installed linear actuators across five key sites in its network, resulting in…
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Fenner Dunlop speaks to ABHR about how its local manufacturing centre was critical to winning a multi-million-dollar supply contract.

Manufacturing success: Fenner Dunlop supplies South Flank Overland Conveyor

Fenner Dunlop speaks to ABHR about how its local manufacturing centre was critical to winning a multi-million-dollar supply contract.

Rio Tinto selects contractor for $137M Koodaideri railway

Rio Tinto has awarded a $137 million contract to build new rail infrastructure for its Koodaideri iron ore project. NRW…
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