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Mastermyne Group awarded contract at South32’s Appin coal mine

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Mastermyne Group Ltd has been awarded a contract to supply labour and services to South32’s Illawarra coal operations at its Appin coal mine in Australia.

The contract scope is for the provision of services to manage and resource process works and supplementary labour in the Appin mine longwall area.

This new contract succeeds the existing contract and takes effect from November 2016 for a term of two years with a further one year option. The scope is significantly larger than the existing contract and is forecast to generate revenue of approximately AUS$50 million over the first two year term of the contract and employ up to 230 personnel in peak periods.

Toby Caruso, CEO of Mastermyne, said: “ We are very pleased to have secured the contract for a further two years with the expanded scope. Mastermyne has enjoyed a strong working relationship with South32’s Illawarra metallurgical coal operations and we look forward to continuing that through this contract.”

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