Byrnecut Australia is the leading mechanised underground mining contractor in Australia offering a professional, reliable service optimising the development and production of mineral resource projects.
Our large fleet of specialised underground mining equipment provides an efficient and targeted approach to all our underground contracts. This, coupled with experienced employees at all levels of the business, results in sustainable quality and integrity throughout our operations.
Slower than expected transition to Macmahon impacts Gwalia production.
Technology appreciation growing among miners.
The historical Wiluna mine was established in 1897.
Effort to meet the needs of Australian underground contractors.
A willingness to share risk helped Macmahon oust Byrnecut at Gwalia.
Transitioning its $660 million Carrapateena contract to Byrnecut.
Contractor involved in Dervish incident has passed away.
Appears worker has fallen from height.
Automation upgrade implemented despite the travel restrictions forced by COVID-19.
Better using the data available can help miners boost productivity and safety.
Appeal just not cricket as tribunal clean bowls Safework and rules in injured workers favour.
Northern Star Resources, Olympic Dam and Raising Australia among the five.
Byrnecut heading to Greenland.
Failed to manage a recapitalisation.
Working with Byrnecut and its mine consulting arm Mining Plus.
Case likely to not be heard until next year.
Major move for Komatsu underground.
Skills and equipment shortages loom for underground contractors.
Mine development progressing well.
First commercial use of underground hybrid loader.
Contractor puts up $20 million debt facility.
Battle over mining contract at Challenger.
Industry believes exploration will be a major royalty casualty.
Warning devices for underground vehicles.
Byrnecut preferred contractor status for major underground contract.
Byrnecut orders two new trucks
Raise tool offers greater flexibility.
Taking automation underground in Africa.
Project set to boost production and cut costs.
Byrnecut Mining shares its experience using the Atlas Copco ST18 scooptram loader.
Single-jumbo monthly development record is off the charts
Mining Plus etches third five-year plan as global expansion continues apace
Major mining services group has robust growth pipeline
International mining services group unifies innovation focus