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Thiess secures contract extension for Caval Ridge

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Thiess has been awarded a four-year contract extension with BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) for the Caval Ridge Operations in Queensland, Australia.

With a revenue of AUS$580 million, the contract will see Thiess continue to provide mining services at the Caval Ridge mine, operating and maintaining mining equipment to move overburden to support BMA’s production requirements. The extension continues the company’s relationship with BMA at Caval Ridge, which commenced in December 2017.

Michael Wright, Thiess Group Executive Chair and CEO, said:

“We are very pleased that our ongoing commitment to safe and sustainable mining has resulted in BMA awarding us a four-year extension at Caval Ridge.

“Both our working relationship and the increasing diversity within our workforce are driving factors for our continued success.”

Rae O’Brien, Thiess Group Executive Australia East, said:

“Thiess continues to support the development and long-term economic value to the local community at Caval Ridge by providing local employment and regional supply opportunities.”

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