Category - Earthmoving

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Industry blamed for ignoring emissions reduction tech

The industry not taking emissions reduction technology seriously enough, an internationally renowned engineer has warned. Mathers Hydraulics Technology (MHT) founder Norm Mathers is fed up with...

Baru Group

Contract awarded for iron ore mine in WA

An Indigenous-owned and operated civil and concrete builder has won a contract at an iron ore mine in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. Baru Group recently secured work on the stackers and...

$1.4B NQ metal project reaches final stage of approval

A gold and base metals mining company has progressed to the final stage of approval for its $1.4 billion exotic metals project in North Queensland. Australian Mines has secured prescribed project...

Strike wins more job security for mine workers

Coal mine workers on New South Wales’ South Coast will enjoy more job security after week-long industrial action. The Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union’s...

Andys Earthmovers

Major contract awarded for part of a $640m metal mine

A contractor committed to providing the best possible earth-moving solutions has won a major tender for part of a $640 million metal project in northwest Queensland. Bendigo-based Andy’s Earthmovers...

$14.4 Million In Upgrades For Heavy Vehicle Road Safety

As part of the Australian Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme, $14.4 million will be injected into new road upgrades in Queensland. The projects, which are being run by...

Mine Companies Putting Production Before Safety

Mine companies are not doing enough to prevent permanent injury to workers who operate high vibrating machinery, and are putting productivity targets before workers welfare, according to an expert in...