Thyssenkrupp Industrial has won two contracts to replace materials handling equipment at the Port Kembla Coal Terminal.
The $100 million contract involves the design, supply, construction and commissioning of the replacement materials handling equipment, consisting of around 560 tonnes worth of primary structures.
It has awarded the subcontract to Civmec.
“Our colleagues from thyssenkrupp Marine Systems recommended Civmec as they are highly experienced in the delivery of complex heavy engineering projects and have state of the art facilities based in Henderson with a highly skilled workforce,” thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions Australia CEO Greg Breakell said.
“They clearly demonstrate how capable Australian manufacturing is when it comes to heavy and industrial engineering.”