FLEETS

Does it come in pink?

ROCKBREAKER maker Transmin was on the cusp of securing its first ever rockbreaker sale to iron ore miner Roy Hill. There was just one catch. The machine had to be pink.

Ross Nunn with the pink Roy Hill-bound rockbreaker.

Ross Nunn with the pink Roy Hill-bound rockbreaker.

Roy Hill chairwoman Gina Rinehart has her own breast cancer charity and takes every opportunity to fly the flag for the cause. As a result, much of the equipment at the Roy Hill mine is painted pink. ...

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