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RCT to exhibit at Worthy Parts Industry Link Auction and Expo

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Automation specialist RCT is looking forward to exhibiting at the forthcoming Worthy Parts Industry Link Auction and Expo in Kalgoorlie (Australia) from 24 - 25 October.

RCT to exhibit at Worthy Parts Industry Link Auction and Expo

For the second year in a row, RCT will be exhibiting its suite of automation products, protection systems and parts range to attendees at the expo.

The centrepiece of the company’s exhibit is the ControlMaster® Automation Centre which enables machine operators to safely manage mobile mining plant at multiple mining operations around the world.

The company’s staff will be networking with mining industry representatives and members of the local community and will be available to answer any questions about RCT’s technology.

RCT Kalgoorlie Branch Manager Rick Radcliffe, Business Development Manager Mining – APAC Ryan Noden, Automation and Control Product Manager Brendon Cullen and Goldfields Account Manager Scott Phillips will available to speak with attendees.

RCT Kalgoorlie Branch Manager Rick Radcliffe said the company’s staff are thrilled to attend the expo.

“The expo has previously been an invaluable opportunity to network with key mining industry figures who are all under one roof at the same time,” he said.

“Everyone will be able to view the Automation Centre and learn about the significant safety benefits and productivity improvements that it can bring to mining operations.”

“RCT has a strong reputation throughout the goldfields mining industry and it is always rewarding to speak with clients to see how we can continue to improve their operations.”

RCT will be exhibiting at stands 2-3 at the Cruikshank’s Sports Arena from 24 - 25 October.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/15102019/rct-to-exhibit-at-worthy-parts-industry-link-auction-and-expo/

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