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Moolarben turns to skills retention innovation to kick start ramp-up

YANCOAL’s Moolarben complex in New South Wales is hoping to ramp up production in the second half of this year as it seeks to overcome labour shortages and continue to manage disruptions caused by weather events.

 Moolarben has one of the higher workforce shortages in the group.

Moolarben has one of the higher workforce shortages in the group.

The mine complex - which is made up of both an underground and open-cut operation - has specialised skills demands that it is seeking to manage through innovative strategies. "Being a large underground...

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