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Bis wins four year contract extension for Minara Resources

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Leading service provider to the resources sector Bis has announced the successful extension of its haulage and site services contracts for Minara Resources at its Murrin Murrin mine in Western Australia’s Northeastern Goldfields.

Bis wins four year contract extension for Minara Resources

The multi-year extension will see Bis extend its longstanding partnership with Minara, where they have been delivering a range of services at the Murrin Murrin site since the operation begun in 1998.

Bis provide a range of services at Murrin Murrin including haulage and haul and road maintenance services, calcrete services, and bulk logistics services.

Bis Chief Operating Officer Michael Porter said: “I am delighted to announce this contract extension, which is an important long-term relationship for Bis. We are proud to have been part of the Minara operations for over 20 years, working in collaboration with Minara to deliver safe and innovative solutions that add value to their operation. We look forward to continuing our successful relationship with our colleagues at Murrin Murrin.”

Commenting on the contract extension, Bis General Manager Giles Everest said: “We are very pleased to be continuing our positive and long-term partnership with Minara at the Murrin Murrin site. We look forward to continuing to deliver bespoke solutions for our customer to meet their production and expansion needs.”

The Murrin Murrin site recently hosted Bis’ new innovative haul truck Rexx as part of its trials in working mines across Western Australia, reflecting its status as an innovative marker leader in progressing technology onsite.

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