Part of Byrnecut Group owned by Thyssen Group/Australian management
Mechanised underground mine development; mine production; shotcreting; equipment rebuilds; maintenance engineering; mine engineering consultancy services; labour hire; raise-drilling
Byrnecut is at the forefront of remote control and automation in underground production, having introduced automated loading systems to numerous operating mines. Ongoing R&D investment in trucking technology and alternative mining development /production systems.
More than 3,200 (group total), including c940 national employees in various countries outside Australia.
Australia, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Mali, DRC, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Canada, USA, New Zealand
Advancing financing next on the agenda
CIMIC subsidiary Thiess picks up new South Australia mine contract
Definitive feasibility study currently underway
Leading privately-owned mining contractor continues to grow order book
Saracen's big underground future set to involve major contractor
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