As the mining boom continues to blast across Australia, bringing with it opportunities and riches alike, so too has the distance grown between mining sites and their associated processing facilities. Where some companies are simply popping up new facilities, others are reliant on the still germane capabilities of their initial investments, and so require new ways of transporting their ores and minerals from mine to plant.

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Just because the resources sector is ‘booming’, that does not automatically mean everyone in associated businesses is having a ball. Success comes with carefully targeting your strengths, not trying to be everything to everyone. So says Tony Lutzu, business development head for Orontide Group, based in WA, Garden Island (Sydney) and Kalgoorlie. His main responsibility is for the engineering division but he is keen to integrate the industrial services division as well because “it goes hand in hand.

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Maroon Group

Maroon Group Pty Ltd (TMG) was established in 2004 to rethink accommodation service provisions for the resource and tourism industries, and to incorporate in those provisions a strong focus on sustainable development. The aim was to raise the awareness and standards of accommodation in these market sectors.

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Bluechip Engineering

With a wealth of hands-on experience and an industry-wide proven performance record, Bluechip Engineering is proud to offer a wide range of expert engineering skills and services to the construction, mining, and mineral processing sectors throughout Western Australia.

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IML Logistics

IML Logistics is probably Western Australia’s most energetic and customer-focused freight transport, supply chain management and distribution company. The initials stand for Intercon Millar Logistics, the result of an alliance formed in 2009 between the transport and logistics companies M & J Millar Transport and the Ridolfo Group’s Intercon Logistics.

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Integra Water Treatment Solutions

Water – and its usage in Australia – has never been of greater importance than it is today. It is not only a valuable resource that impacts the quality of human life, but is quickly becoming very important for the continuing economic growth that Australians expect to see in the future.

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Industrial Installation and Maintenance

“We deliver quality goods on time and for the right price,” says Richard Arnold. Together with Hans Walter, Richard founded Industrial Installation and Maintenance on the 26th of June 1974. Over the years, the two built up a robust business with a reputation for excellence.

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From city office towers to suburban shopping centres and malls, the nation’s rail, oil, gas and mining industries through to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, HVAC plays an essential role in countless sectors in all our lives. The company’s name reflects the industry acronym for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, where the company’s origin was eighteen years ago.

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Giovenco Industries

Offering a broad spectrum of industrial services, including scaffolding, insulation, protective coatings and mechanical and fire protection, Giovenco Industries has become one of Australia’s leading contracting companies. The company, now comprised of a group of specialised multi-disciplined industrial services contracting companies, was first established back in 1954 by five brothers, who combined their skills garnered in their home country of Italy to operate a small sand blasting and painting business.

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GBC Scientific Equipment

GBC Scientific Equipment Pty Ltd was set up in 1977 to design, manufacture and market a range of scientific instruments. The company has become an important supplier of analytical instruments including the fifth Generation Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS), fourth Generation Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICP-OES), third Generation UV-Visible spectrophotometers, second Generation ICP-oTOFMS, HPLC, XRD and Rheometer systems.

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Strategic Resources

There are 17 classified rare earth elements, many of which have strategic purposes. Rare in name only, these elements are anything but scarce as they are found all over the world. The challenge rare earth elements pose is during extraction, as they exist in low concentrations and are difficult to separate from one another.

January 21, 2020, 12:23 AM AEDT


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