In addition to the Mongolian contracts, which are valued at $A2.7 million, Ludowici said it had won an $8 million contract to supply mineral processing equipment to a “major project” in New South Wales.
The Australia-listed company is expecting $5.8 million in earnings before interest and taxes for the second half after realising $4.2 million EBIT in the first half.
Private Mongolian company Energy Resources plans to ramp up the UHG mine to 5 million tonnes per annum by the end of 2010.
Leighton Asia was awarded a $195 million adjustment to the mining contract last month, taking the total value to $480 million.
The mine in the South Gobi region freights coal 220km by road to China, but railway development is underway along with a 5Mtpa CHPP.
Ludowici shares closed up 16c to $2.63 this afternoon.