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Laserbond expands into WA through Gateway deal

BUYING a 40% stake in Perth-based equipment parts and servicing business Gateway Group has given New South Wales-based Laserbond a bigger foothold in the Western Australian market.

Staff Reporter
Laserbond ran a trial of its drill bit coating using four Epiroc D65 rigs.

Laserbond ran a trial of its drill bit coating using four Epiroc D65 rigs.

As part of the deal, Laserbond, which specialises in surface finishes to prolong the life of consumables, can grow that stake to 51% ownership in Gateway in three years. The purchase, which includes...

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