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Austin Engineering confirms partnership with Austmine for another year

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Austmine has announced that Austin Engineering has signed on to another year as an Industry Partner to its organisation.

The partnership will help Austmine lead industry development initiatives and advance the interests of its members, mining companies and the sector as a whole.

Commenting on the announcement, Austmine’s CEO, Chris Gibbs Stewart, stated: “We are very excited to continue our strong partnership with Austin Engineering.”

“Austin has been at the forefront of mining innovation globally for many years and have a lot of knowledge and learnings to share with our audience.”

“We are committed to creating a sustainable and successful Australian METS sector and our Industry Partners, such as Austin Engineering, provide phenomenal support to our efforts.”

Peter Forsyth, Managing Director of Austin Engineering, discussed the aim to foster a vibrant, flourishing Australian METS sector.

“Austin Engineering is excited to renew our partnership with Austmine. The journey together has been immensely successful and significantly enhances the METS sector.”

“Austin Engineering is a very successful global supplier, and we partner with Austmine to help develop smaller METS companies into the larger mining arena.”

“We look forward to another great year ahead.”

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