MACA has received its third contract in 4 years with Ramelius Sources, this time on the Tampia gold venture in Western Australia.
The contract entails load and haul and drill and blast companies at Tampia and is predicted to create employment for round 115 individuals.
MACA anticipates it is going to produce $95 million in income over a interval of 28 months, with work commencing within the fourth quarter of this yr.
MACA chief govt Mike Sutton stated he was happy with the corporate’s bond with Ramelius.
“MACA could be very happy to be awarded this contract on the Tampia gold venture and values the long-standing relationship that we’ve got established with Ramelius since commencing works on the Mount Magnet gold venture in 2017, after which the Edna Could gold venture in 2020,” Sutton stated.
Ramelius acquired the Tampia gold venture in late 2018 after out-bidding Alkane Sources to take over Explaurum.
A complete of $3.four billion at the moment are in MACA’s arms due to its takeover of Downer’s Mining West enterprise in February, retaining MACA busy properly into 2025.
Sutton expects MACA will proceed to capitalise on its current development within the close to future.
“MACA stays very lively with its tendering actions and is properly positioned to pursue a big variety of alternatives throughout each present and new tasks,” he stated.
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