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Kestrel may have expanded management under new owners

EMR Capital and Indonesian mining group Adaro may introduce new management and specialist personnel at the Kestrel longwall mine in Queensland after buying it from Rio Tinto for US$2.25 billion.

 The Kestrel longwall's new owners may have to look to hire specialist personnel.

The Kestrel longwall's new owners may have to look to hire specialist personnel.

EMR Capital said it invested in quality projects that had strong potential for superior returns and worked collaboratively with investee companies to grow their value and realise their potential.    ...

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