Thiess awarded two-year extension on US mining services contract
Published by Will Owen,
Global Mining Review,
Thiess has announced a two-year extension to its first US contract for mining services at a hard rock mine in Colorado.
The contract, which commenced in 2021, will now continue through the end of 2024. Under the extension, Thiess will continue providing integrated mining services through an alliance-style contract.
Michael Wright, Thiess Executive Chair and CEO, comments:
“We are very pleased our client has awarded us this extension, which serves as recognition of our team’s ability to deliver innovative mining solutions and create lasting value for our clients across diverse commodities and geographies.
“We look forward to further collaborating with our client to safely position their operation for optimal efficiency and productivity, as we expand our presence in North America.”
Darrell White, Executive General Manager – Americas, said:
“Our North American team is motivated by the confidence that our client has shown in Thiess, by extending and expanding the integration of our joint mining operations. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to assist our client in sustainably delivering a resource that is critical to the US and global economies.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/26012023/thiess-awarded-two-year-extension-on-us-mining-services-contract/
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