Sedgman picks up $13.6M Acland contract

SEDGMAN has won a $A13.6 million ($US8.97 million) contract to design and construct an upgrade to a coal handling and processing plant at New Hope’s New Acland open cut coal mine, 35km northwest of Toowoomba in Queensland.
Sedgman picks up $13.6M Acland contract Sedgman picks up $13.6M Acland contract Sedgman picks up $13.6M Acland contract Sedgman picks up $13.6M Acland contract Sedgman picks up $13.6M Acland contract

 

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The upgrade to the No. 2 CHPP is expected to boost production capacity to 4.8 million tonnes per year.

“This latest engineering, procurement and construction contract involves design, supply, site construction, installation and commission of the upgraded plant,” Sedgman Coal chief operating officer Steve van Barneveld said.

Sedgman designed and constructed both coal handling and preparation plants at the mine and van Barneveld added the agreement was evidence of the long-term close working relationship that Sedgman had enjoyed with New Hope.

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