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Monadelphous has secured a $60 million contract for work on mining giant Rio Tinto’s Pilbara iron ore rail network.
The Perth-based engineering company said it would provide maintenance services across three packages of work under a three-year contract, with an option for a further two three-year extensions.
The work includes general track maintenance and renewals services on the coastal component of the rail network, resurfacing services across the entire Rio network and rail workshop services.
Monadelphous managing director Rob Velletri said the contract was a significant strategic milestone for the company.
“This work will also provide us with the opportunity to strengthen and build on our existing capabilities in the rail sector,” Mr Velletri said.
Monadelphous is already involved in the Pilbara rail space, providing mechanical repair, abrasive blasting, cleaning and relining of carbon steel ore wagons and commissioning services for new ore wagons.
This article first appeared on thewest.com.au
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