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MMS wins ROM loading and mine site service contract at Higginsville

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Global Mining Review,

MMS has been awarded a two-year contract for the ROM management and mine site services at Karora Resources Higginsville Mine Site, in Western Australia.

MMS wins ROM loading and mine site service contract at Higginsville

The ROM management fleet will consist of brand-new Cat 982M Next Gen loader as the primary loader, supported by two near-new 980M Next Gen loaders. The site services will consist of an auxiliary fleet of three articulated haul trucks, a grader, a rock breaker, and an articulated water truck that will handle all ore rehandle requirements and road maintenance around site. MMS has successfully mobilised all machines to site and completed the first month of production and commissioning of the Cat 982M, with the assistance of WesTrac.

MMS look forward to continuing working with Karora Resources over the next 24 months.

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