Thursday 22nd Feb, 2018
Background: Aurecon

Your digital edition of the ABHR January/February Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review is pleased to release its latest instalment for online readers in a digital, true-to-life format. The January/February…
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Donald Trump. Photo: Creative Commons / Gage Skidmore

BlueScope, Rio sweating over Trump steel crackdown

Australian steel and aluminium producers are keeping a close eye on the Trump Administration’s looming decision over foreign steel and…
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Port Hedland. Credit: Southern Cross Maritime

Tug of war: BHP could face Port Hedland battle

Tugboat crews are reportedly preparing a new campaign against BHP over wages and conditions at Port Hedland, almost four years…
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Photo: Ranger PR

SA farmers to get mining royalties under Labor plan

South Australia’s mining and energy minister says farmers who allow new mining operations on their land will be paid 10%…
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Vale targeting premium for higher-grade ore

Rio Tinto has no plans to improve the grade of its iron ore, despite steps in that direction from major…
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Photo: Lynas Corp

Rare earths miner looks to double capacity

ASX-listed rare earths miner Lynas Corp plans to lift processing capacity at its Mt Weld mine in Western Australia by…
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Coal. Photo: Shutterstock

180-day strike over in WA

Workers at WA’s Griffin Coal mine have voted to accept a cut in pay in order to end a six-month…
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Alcoa produces light metals, including alumina and aluminium.

Rio mulling Pacific Aluminium float

Rio Tinto is reportedly looking into the potential of a full or partial listing of its Pacific Aluminium division on…
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Coal wagons Aurizon. Photo: Aurizon

Aurizon angers miners with maintenance cutbacks

Miners are unhappy with Aurizon after it said maintenance cutbacks will cut 20 million tonnes of annual capacity on Central Queensland’s coal railways. The rail…
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