Golding signed up for five more years at Phosphate Hill
Golding employs approximately 80 people at the Incitec Pivot-owned mine, operating on a FIFO arrangement out of Townsville.
Golding, a subsidiary of NRW Holdings, will continue to use its existing mining fleet at the North-West Queensland mine site.
NRW Holdings said new capital spend would limited to replacement of select light and medium vehicles.
NRW chief executive officer and managing director Jules Pemberton said the five-year contract extension reaffirmed the strong relationship Golding had formed with the Phosphate Hill owners over more than a decade, under various contract arrangements.
It reflected the company’s ability to secure repeat business through the quality and value of its service offering, he said.
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