Ausdrill for $180m contract at Wodgina lithium mine

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Ausdrill has been awarded the $180 million contract to complete work at a Mineral Resources lithium mine in the Pilbara.

Ausdrill received a letter of intent for the three-year contract at the Wodgina mine, with the contract to provide drill and blast services, using 29 drill rigs and 150 workers on site.

The contract’s final award is subject to terms and conditions.

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