Stainless Steel Launder Fabrication

Rio Tinto’s $2.6 billion Amrun project in Queensland is nearly one third complete, with bauxite shipments on track to begin during the first quarter of 2019. Civmec was awarded $160 million of contracts to construct a processing facility including bauxite beneficiation plant and associated water, electrical and lighting systems. Civmec’s CEO, Patrick Tallon said the contracts had created jobs and provided a boost to Australia’s economy.

Austline Fabrications is proud to be awarded the stainless steel launder fabrication for this project and are committed to quality assurance by adhering to ISO 9001 coupled with providing ASSDA accredited fabricators.

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