The Perth-based drilling outfit which listed on the ASX last year has expanded its fleet to 16 rigs.
Reports have emerged that the joint venture partners in the Australian Premium Iron project are looking to kick-start the stalled project.
Bruce Nicholson has been running scaffolding company Waco Kwikform for only about 18 months.
Skill shortages and global supply chain delays are continuing to impact WA’s family businesses, but local owners say they are well positioned to keep weathering the COVID-19 storm.
Melbourne-based Cettire’s shares added nearly 200 per cent in the March quarter as WA companies including NRW Holdings and Perenti Global nursed big losses.
Recently-listed drilling company is further expanding its fleet amid boom-time conditions in the exploration sector.
The WA-based contractor has added about $170 million of work to its civil and mining services order books on the east coast.
The contractor picked up the gig when it bedded down the $200m acquisition of Mining West from Downer earlier this year.
WA’s highest court has given Chinese-owned Tianqi Lithium at least another 10 days to pay $39 million owed to a Perth engineering company who helped build its Kwinana plant.
The work has been awarded as part of a $300m consortium contract given for rail works in Victoria’s Gippsland region.
Tianqi says it doesn’t make a habit of not paying invoices, arguing its refusal to pay $39m owed to MSP Engineering is part of a broader dispute over its troubled Kwinana plant.
The contractor has won its second major mining job in as many weeks after being tapped by Red 5 for its King of the Hills gold mine near Leonora.
The gold miner appointed Macmahon on a $500 million contract after a competitive tendering process at the conclusion of a seven-year term with Byrnecut.
The lid on trade prices is set to be lifted this year, with expectations of significant increases for some trades.
The mining contractor warned COVID-19 headwinds would continue into 2021 after its first-half result took an $88m hit on its exit from West Africa.
Boss Michael Finnegan is upbeat on the contractor’s future, noting a robust outlook for the resources sector driven by high commodity prices and supportive capital markets.
The engineering contractor has joined other WA companies warning about shortages as the economic recovery out of COVID-19 heats up.
Mine closure costs and foreign exchange losses have clipped MACA’s otherwise solid first-half results which included a near 30 per cent surge in revenue.
Shares in NRW Holdings nosedived today despite the WA-based contractor lifting its payout to shareholders off the back of surging first-half revenue.
Drilling float DDH1 expects to wear hefty monthly staff quarantine costs and reduced shifts on some of its rigs until at least the end of March.
The Macmahon subsidiary has picked up a four-year contract extension at Silver Lake Resources’ gold mine near Yalgoo.
Henderson-based engineering contractor declared maiden interim dividend of 1¢ as order bool continues to grow.
Perth-based tech company CV Check is set to snap up Bright People Technologies to grow its presence in the online verification sector.
Minerals testing has become the latest pinch point amid WA’s resources boom.
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