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Glencore coal

China frees Aussie coal from detention

A large volume of Australian coal has been released from Chinese ports. Fengkuang Coal Logistics (FCL) confirmed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recently freed 5.6 million tonnes of coking coal...

Rio Tinto train

Mining giants order eco friendly trains

Multiple resources companies will add battery power to their rail networks. BHP, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group recently bought new battery-electric locomotives for their operations in Western...

Stanmore Coal workers

$564M contract awarded for Central Qld coal mine

A mining services company has won a tender at a coal operation in Central Queensland’s Isaac region. EPSA Pacific recently secured the open-cut mining services agreement (MSA) for Stanmore...

UltraFlex

ECCO’s UltraFlex Flexible LED Light

In a new year of recovery and growth, now is the time to fit out fleets and work trucks with the latest safety equipment, just in time for the spring and summer surge. ECCO has introduced a powerful...

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Driving Technology

Driving is one of the most dangerous things we all do on a regular basis and it has been identified by mining companies as a considerable risk – with many companies indicating it is the number one...

BHP trail derails in Pilbara

A BHP Billiton iron ore train derailed south of Port Hedland in Western Australia’s Pilbara region yesterday. The company said a number of ore cars derailed from the Pilbara rail line, about...