Austmine reveals the five key themes that emerged for the mining and METS sector at its 2019 mining innovation conference in Brisbane.
The 2019 Women in Industry Awards are crowded by females who have made a difference in their field. Roy Hill manager operations planning Jodi Moffitt reveals the life and career obstacles she has overcome on her way to success at the event.
The 2019 Women in Industry Awards took place in Melbourne last night, celebrating the brilliant, hard-working women helping advance Australian industry.
Seven engineering and technology companies have been granted significant financial awards totalling $4.1 million through METS Ignited’s project funding program.
Aveva explains why the company is at the forefront of the digital transformation in mining.
Roy Hill Community Foundation shows what collaboration with Indigenous communities and stakeholder groups can do in the Pilbara in Western Australia.
Roy Hill has signed two memoranda of understanding with Chinese companies during the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai.
The Hancock-owned Roy Hill operation has revealed that its post-tax profits have jumped 69 per cent to $558 million in just the second year of production.
H-E Parts International has secured a three-year contract to supply rotable transfer chutes, liners and refurbishment services at the Roy Hill mine site and port facility in the Pilbara, Western Australia
METS Ignited has chosen the finalists for its annual Collaboration Award, which will take place at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) Gala Dinner on Wednesday October 31.
Kirkland Lake Gold’s Fosterville gold mine in Victoria has won the 2018 Australian Mining Prospect Awards Mine of the Year.
Roy Hill and Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group have collaborated to reduce tyre maintenance risks at the Pilbara iron ore operation.
Pilbara iron ore miner Roy Hill has painted two locomotive cars destined to join its train fleet pink in support of breast cancer patients.
Civmec’s focus on strengthening its maintenance service offering has paid off with the award of contracts from a number of leading Australian mining companies.
Roy Hill has won the 2018 Western Australia Employer of the Year for its excellence in providing nationally recognised training to employees.
Collaboration is at the core of Roy Hill’s relationships with its contractors and suppliers. The success of the Roy Hill iron ore operation has relied on many factors, including relationships with mining services companies like Kal Tire.
Australian universities are to collaborate with major mining companies on a new government-funded training centre called the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Training Centre (ARC Training Centre).
Eight mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies have received a total of $7.14 million from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to tackle METS sector priorities.
Roy Hill has introduced a scheme that will see some of the profits of owner, Hancock Prospecting, shared with employees.
Roy Hill and Fortescue are working to improve operations and reduce environmental footprint by deploying one of the first national trials to protect threatened native species in the Pilbara region.