Thiess has secured five contracts with a combined revenue of $101 million to provide mining services at its projects in Indonesia.
The contracts include works at:
- Harum Energy’s Mahakam Sumber Jaya (MSJ) Coal Mine in East Kalimantan
- Wahana Baratama Mining’s (Wahana) Coal Mine in South Kalimantan
- Cakrawala Langit Sejahtera’s (CLS) Hanoman Boundary Works at the Arutmin Indonesia’s mine concession and also at its Satui Port Operations; and at
- Geopersada Mulia Abadi’s Toka Tindung Gold Mine in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Under the extensions, Thiess will continue to deliver mining services to each of the projects such as mine planning, design and execution, drill and blast, waste removal and rehabilitation, and port operations.
Thiess Chief Executive Officer Douglas Thompson said: “These contract extensions reflect Thiess’ commitment to delivering safe, efficient and productive operations for our clients. We look forward to building on these positive working relationships and providing certainty of delivery at each of these projects.”
Thiess Executive General Manager – Asia, Cluny Randell, said: “We are proud to continue our work at MSJ, Wahana, Hanoman, Satui and Toka Tindung where we have demonstrated our ability to work flexibly with our clients to meet their objectives in an everchanging market.”