Rio and QMASTOR do record deal

RIO Tinto Australia has signed a $A2.6 million contract with QMASTOR for the installation of its Pit to Port.net and SMS3D.net systems at the mining giant’s coal operations in Australia.

Staff Reporter

QMASTOR’s systems will provide Rio Tinto with a complete end-to-end supply chain, quality management and logistic solution for its four coal operations in Queensland and four operations in New South Wales.

Installation of the Rio Tinto contract will commence in the current financial year.

“This is the largest contract secured to date by QMASTOR with a revenue value expected to be in excess of $2.6 million spread over three years,” QMASTOR managing director Trent Bagnall said.

The Pit to Port.net system will provide:

  • Pit to vessel supply chain management
  • Inventory tracking, blending and grade control
  • Despatch planning, forecasting and reconciliation

SMS3D.net will be implemented to provide advanced three-dimensional stockpile management and modelling on plant feed and product stockpiles.

The contract follows similar implementations at other large resource companies such as BHP Billiton and Anglo Coal.

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