Terex Corporation has announced that Steve Filipov will assume the role of President of Terex Cranes effective immediately. Filipov will also continue with his responsibilities as President of the Terex Material Handling and Port Solutions segment until completion of the announced sale of that segment to Konecranes Plc. Ken Lousberg, currently President, Terex Cranes, will … Continue reading Terex Cranes announce new president
Cloncurry Shire Council has said it will push to keep jobs local following the completion of a new mine in Queensland.
Mining companies struggling in the industry downturn are attempting to boost the number of Indigenous people employed in the industry.
Union representatives in Gladstone have expressed their disapproval at local workers being made redundant before FIFO staff at the Curtis Island LNG projects.
Mining manufacturer Caterpillar has announced it will cut around 280 jobs at its Burnie factory and move some of its production to Thailand.
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Former Rio Executive Mal Randall said the move by iron ore majors to increase production at a time the market is oversupplied should be investigated by the ACCC.
NSW Premier Mike Baird said new legislation will work to crackdown on activists who enter mine sites illegally.
Western Australia’s environmental authority has approved Rio Tinto’s plan to build a massive new iron ore mine in the Pilbara.
Fear, anxiety and uncertainty: that’s how Drayton miners have described their feelings around the government’s decision to reject an expansion of their coal mine.
The CFMEU said the rejection of Anglo’s Drayton South mine is a devastating blow for the Hunter Valley.
A Moranbah business owner claims Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s support of FIFO will kill the town.
Tasmania will see the development of its first bauxite mine in over 30 years after approving Australian Bauxite Limited’s Bald Hill project in the state’s north.
Only a day after its parent company declared voluntary administration and their future up in the air, ResCo workers’ jobs have been secured.
Recruitment expert Hays said Queensland is the place to be looking for mining jobs with engineers, electricians and safety professionals expected to remain in high demand until September.
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According to a new report by ANZ, 75,000 mining-related jobs are at risk as Australia enters “phase three” of the mining boom over the next few years.
Whitehaven Coal is getting ready to hire the 450 workers it will need to run the controversial Maules Creek coal mine.