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Rio books beds at Searipple

RIO Tinto has secured more rooms at Fleetwood’s Searipple Village in Karratha to house its fly-in, fly-out workers, to add to the 250 rooms it already has reserved at Searipple for its exclusive use.

 Searipple Village, Karratha

Searipple Village, Karratha

Under the scope of a five-year accommodation services agreement signed in July 2021, Rio Tinto secured the supply of 250 rooms per night for its exclusive operations, with the contract including an option...

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