Iron ore company Roy Hill has introduced the first dynamic multiple Geofence package that has been interfaced to fixed and mobile asset elements within the boundaries of the coarse ore stockpile.
An abundance of positions for unskilled mine workers that have the potential of fetching an annual salary of $82,000 is being offered in Western Australia’s Goldfields region, according to human resources business Mining People international (MPI).
Technology has been developed to turn recruitment in mining into a proactive process that is more efficient for companies.
Swift Networks is working with mining companies around Australia to improve the entertainment and communications facilities at FIFO villages.
Australian and international mining identities explain what they regard as the most exciting innovations at their respective companies.
Roy Hill has signed with talent technology company LiveHire, launching a Live Talent Community that will become the single destination for all workforce hires.
Having no experience in mining used to be a barrier for people trying to break into the industry. This is no longer the case, according to recruitment company Hays.
Western Australian based Australasian Mining Services (AMS) has secured a three-year total drill consumable supply contract at the Roy Hill iron ore operation in the Pilbara.
Hancock Prospecting chair Gina Rinehart has won the Excellence in Mining award at this year’s Prime Creative Media Women in Industry Conference and Awards.
Guma Indigenous Construction Resources Group (ICRG) has been awarded a contract to carry out the Roy Hill port sump installation project at the miner’s operations near Port Hedland in Western Australia.
Roy Hill has partnered with IT consulting and services provider Ajilon to boost its business analytics processes.
Roy Hill plans to employ up to 600 workers over the next year and a half as it increases production at its Pilbara operations.
Software company Promapp will provide its cloud-based business process management solution for Roy Hill in WA.
Roy Hill has been recognised as the Project of the Year at the 2016 Project Management Institute Australia awards.
Garry Korte is moving from CFO of Roy Hill to take the reins of Hancock Prospecting, from July 1.
As Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine comes online and begins shipping iron ore, it is also making waves in terms of its social and corporate responsibility, as it paints its haul trucks pink to raise awareness of breast cancer.
Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine truck fleet painted pink to raise breast cancer awareness and highlight growing role of women in mining.
Iron ore continues from strength to strength as it reaches US$70.46 per tonne. This continual upwards movement extends this year’s gains to 61.7 per cent, and marks the third largest surge since spot pricing first began in May 2009. The metal now sits at its highest point in 15 months, and an 84 per cent … Continue reading Iron ore leaps above US$70 per tonne
Another company has revealed pain taken in their involvement with the Roy Hill project, this time Japanese giant Marubeni. The major investor with a 15 per cent stake in the project has announced a write-down of $235 million or 20 billion Yen on the shareholding, which was valued at $1.8 billion. Marubeni’s initial investment in … Continue reading Japanese investor announces write-down on Roy Hill
Iron ore has defied predictions and risen above US$60 per tonne overnight. The metal rose 4.1 per cent to US$62.85 per tonne at Qingdao on Tuesday, taking the year’s total gain to 44 per cent. Northen China benchmark prices rose to US$61.80 per dry metric tonne. While a slight rally was expected following the end … Continue reading Iron ore rallies above US$60