A torn drift conveyor belt and a 60 day+ replacement schedule is every production manager’s worst nightmare. This was the scenario for one of Australia’s largest metallurgical coal producers.
Australia’s largest raw sugar producer’s long-term partnership with Fenner Dunlop Australia delivers in spades.
As vendors from around the world gather at Olympic Park to showcase new tools and services for the Australian mining industry, Fenner Dunlop Australia unveiled a new 24/7 conveyor diagnostic and alert system at the AIMEX exhibition in Sydney.
The NSCA National Safety Awards of Excellence are Australia’s longest running, independent awards, recognising outstanding Work Health and Safety initiatives. Now in their 21st year, these awards continue to celebrate organisations and people that actively promote Work Health and Safety (WHS) as a cornerstone of elite business performance.
We are pleased to announce that on 26th October 2012 Fenner Dunlop Australia (part of the Fenner Dunlop worldwide group of companies) acquired 100% of the share capital of ACE, a privately owned group of companies based in Somersby, NSW.
R&D is conducted by Fenner Dunlop globally. Continuous R&D programs in Australia ensure our customers have access to the latest technology in belt design and manufacture. As Fenner Dunlop Australia is part of the Fenner Dunlop Conveyor Belt Division, access is both unlimited and global.
Fenner is pleased to announce that today (December 1st 2011) its wholly owned subsidiary Fenner Dunlop Americas, Inc., ("Fenner Dunlop") has acquired substantially all of the operating assets of the business being conducted under the name “Allison Custom Fabrication” from a group of related privately owned entities based in Allison, Pennsylvania. The unaudited value of the gross assets being acquired was $6.471m as at 31 December 2010.
It is with pleasure to announce that Fenner Dunlop have entered into Joint Ventures with Belle Banne Victoria (BBV) and its subsidiary Leading Edge Conveyor Solutions (LECs).
In a renewed vote of confidence in the Western Australian mining sector, Australia’s largest manufacturer of industrial conveyor belts, Fenner Dunlop today announced a $20 million expansion that will double the existing capacity of its Kwinana Plant.