“By implementing this program to multiple sites, we are going to be able to ensure that our fleet availability remains at or above target levels, while putting processes in place that will provide us the lowest possible operating cost per hour,” AAMC head of projects and engineering Joe Keane said.
As part of the multi-year contract, Dingo said it would base three of its program managers at AAMC’s Brisbane head office to focus on the deal fulltime.
“Eight of the largest mining companies in the world now use Dingo’s CBAM technology,” Dingo president and chief executive officer Paul Higgins said.
“Our customers typically report significant, tangible results within 12 months of adopting CBAM.
“The multi-site Anglo American order follows a successful implementation of a pilot program at Anglo American’s Callide mine.”
The CBAM program deployed at AAMC will include Dingo’s Trakka software, including the breakdown avoidance and condition-based component change modules, along with the company’s condition intelligence services.