Bis secures 3-year contract extension with AGL
Published by Jessica Casey,
Bis has been awarded an extension to its long-term contract with AGL Macquarie (AGL); continuing equipment hire and site services at the company’s two power generation facilities in the upper Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Australia.
Bis has provided mobile plant and site services, including the supply of key primary dozers for stockpile management, to AGL’s Bayswater and Liddell power stations for the past 21 years.
Bis Chief Operating Officer, Michael Porter, said he was proud to see the continuation of Bis’ strong relationship with AGL, which is testament to Bis’ history of delivering safely and efficiently over many years.
“We are delighted that our long standing relationship with AGL has again been extended, allowing us to continue to deliver value through our committed team at this location,” Porter said.
“Underpinning the delivery of the contract is our focus on safe operations, with a Zero Harm commitment that has resulted in an excellent safety record of zero lost time injuries over more than 20 years of working at this site.”
Bis General Manager – Mining Services North East, Drew Sargeant, added: “As the energy sector evolves, Bis will continue working with our customer to identify further opportunities for improvement in delivering safety and productivity efficiencies.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/power/19082020/bis-secures-3-year-contract-extension-with-agl/
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