Founded in 1993, PYBAR is an underground hard rock mining contractor. Its agile, efficient and progressive service delivers rapid underground infrastructure and reliable production, from large operations to greenfield developments.
Pybar has won the contract to develop the Hamlet North project.
Pybar gets a 12 month contract to develop Cowal's decline.
Thalanga's second underground deposit on track to start production in third quarter.
Caterpillar rolls out R1700 loader.
Development at Far West down to 90m vertical depth.
Woodlawn on track for commissioning by the end of the year.
Getting communications underground could be a boon.
Failed to manage a recapitalisation.
All major Woodlawn earthworks done and engineering design and procurement 93% complete.
Development at Carrapateena at 6285m.
Pybar will ride with West 45 to the end.
Far West contract Pybar's second at Thalanga.
Can handle information from 3.5 million different data points.
Case likely to not be heard until next year.
Pybar gets more work with Mount Isa Mines.
Pips Pybar for the works.
Work about 35% complete and on schedule.
Pybar gets work at Woodlawn with Heron.
Skills and equipment shortages loom for underground contractors.
Going to twin declines changed cost-benefit equation.
Raise bore solution boosts production, safety.
Contractor puts up $20 million debt facility.
World first underground trial for loader.
Battle over mining contract at Challenger.
Automation to play key role in mine's operation.
Changes at the top of major underground contractor.
Byrnecut preferred contractor status for major underground contract.
Andrew Cole explains the culture shift journey the company is on.
The high-tech behind Carrapateena's
Guidance technology used to autonomously steer haul trucks down drives.
Commitment, capability and changed mining methods gave a record operating performance at Thalanga.
An app which captures PLOD data from operators is providing major benefits to underground mining