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The 1000

AUSTIN Engineering has handed over the 1000th truck body to Rio Tinto’s Pilbara iron ore business at a ceremony held in Austin’s manufacturing facility in the Perth industrial suburb of Kewdale.

Austin Engineering managing director and CEO David Singleton (left), Simon Trott and Mark McGowan.

Austin Engineering managing director and CEO David Singleton (left), Simon Trott and Mark McGowan.

The relationship between Austin and Rio Tinto stretches back 33 years. Over that time Austin has supplied about $300 million of its designed and engineered equipment to Rio Tinto Iron Ore operations. It...

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