Monday 18th Jun, 2018
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Inland Rail: Sleepers on their way to Parkes-Narromine corridor

Construction of the Parkes-Narromine section of the Inland Rail is getting closer, with regular delivery of concrete sleepers to Peak…
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May-June cover

Dust, powder, pneumatics feature in May-June issue

Features on dust control and pneumatics, powder handling and food are just some of the highlights in the latest print…
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$6m in mining equipment project funding

An application process has begun for $6 million in project funding to be awarded to mining equipment, technology and services…
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Lithium metal. Photo: Creative Commons / Dnn87

New lithium plant proposed for Kwinana

A new WA plant could be producing 44,000 tonnes of lithium hydroxide in 2021, after a joint venture announced on…
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Early works ramping up at Thunderbird

Work will resume at a mineral sands project in Western Australia’s far north, following a longer-than-usual wet season. The WA…
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Coalition boasts massive infrastructure spend

Treasurer Scott Morrison has vowed to pour $24.5 billion into Australia’s infrastructure, in the Coalition’s final budget before the next…
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Alinta pressures AGL with $250m Liddell bid

AGL is facing increased pressure to sell its aging Liddell power station, after gas and electricity retailer Alinta Energy made…
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Ivan Price, chairman of Kockums Bulk Systems. Ivan will chart Kockums’ journey from formation to acquisition by Premier Tech in the May/June print edition of Australian Bulk Handling Review.

Premier Tech buys Kockums

One of the most venerable names in Australian pneumatic conveying and powder handling, Kockums Bulk Systems (KBS), is being acquired…
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