FLEETS

Bigger coal cutters?

SPECIALIST Tunnel Excavation director Lee McCourt is hoping a project at Western Sydney Airport will pave the way for 150t Trencor T16 surface miners into the coal market.

The two Trencor T16 surface miners arriving on site at the Western Sydney Airport site.

The two Trencor T16 surface miners arriving on site at the Western Sydney Airport site.

The company has already undertaken work for Anglo American Coal in Queensland using 110t surface miners. McCourt said Anglo American loved the methodology but wanted more productivity. He plans to...

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