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WA operator expands haulage operations into Queensland

A new contract will see this WA operator running eight Kenworth C509 quad road trains in Queensland, carrying payloads of up to 330-tonne.

The fleet being loaded onto a vessel in WA bound for Qld. Image: MinRes

The new C509 fleet will be operated CSI Mining Services (CSI), a subsidiary of Mineral Resources (MinRes), delivering haulage services for a Tier One mining company.

According to MinRes mining services chief executive Mike Grey, the expansion into Queensland is an exciting milestone for the company as it continues a significant period of growth that will see it double in the next two years.

“We are excited to expand our operations into the east coast of Australia, opening up new business opportunities and access to new labour markets,” Grey said.

CSI will employ more than 50 site-based personnel to support the contract.


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