REMA TIP TOP has shown no signs of backing down amid this unprecedented time, signifying the company’s strength and commitment to support its clients across Australia.
Fortescue Metals Group has joined forces with contracting partner REMA TIP TOP to offer belt splicing traineeships for Aboriginal Australians.
Monadelphous has selected REMA TIP TOP Australia for a contract at Rio Tinto’s West Angelas Deposits C and D project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Crushing and screening is a key part of any mining activity, and the smooth operation of this process is essential in maximising site productivity and throughput.
REMA TIP TOP has struck an agreement with Drew Project Services (DPS) to extend its existing range of materials processing, wear protection and surface protection capabilities.
Monadelphous has selected REMA TIP TOP Australia to install more than 50 kilometres of conveyor belting for the $US3.6 billion ($5.26 billion) BHP Western Australian Iron Ore South Flank project in the Pilbara.
The 2019–2024 Mining Workforce report released by the Australian resources and energy group, AMMA, predicts that the mining industry in Australia will require approximately 21,000 new employees by 2024 to keep up with the demand for future mining projects.
Mistracking of conveyor systems is an all-too-common occurrence in the mining industry, leading to considerable costs to human safety, productivity and power consumption. The root cause of mistracking often falls outside of a system operator’s control. Mine site vibrations and ground problems, for example, can cause conveyors to be misaligned. Other causes, such as structure … Continue reading Easy tracking on shaky ground
In July 2019, REMA TIP TOP opened the Brisbane Centre of Excellence as its east coast surface protection hub, extending on the expertise of its Western Australia surface protection operations in Perth.
Rema Tip Top has purchased the remaining shares it did not already own of Convatech to complement its recent opening of a Brisbane Centre of Excellence.
Rema Tip Top has opened a ‘centre of excellence’ in Queensland to complement its existing west coast premises in Perth.
Australia has been a focus of Rema Tip Top’s growth aspirations in recent years, a direction the company plans to continue on with its latest solution for conveyor systems.
Rema Edge, a new Internet of Things (IoT) solution from the Rema Tip Top Technologies group of products has been transmitting live conveyor performance data from a test-site at a Hunter Valley coal mine since Thursday March 21 2019.
The Rema Tip Top Academy in Perth was borne from an industry-wide demand for skilled labour, producing specialised tradespeople aligned to national certification standards and demonstrating best practice techniques, skills and safety knowledge.
REMA TIP TOP’s introduction of polyurethane disc return rollers at a coal handling preparation plant in NSW has seen a big reduction in downtime.
Conveyor maintenance company REMA TIP TOP has moved its Asia-Pacific (APAC) headquarters to a new premise in Warabrook, New South Wales in an effort to make space for staff expansion.