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Northern Stevedoring Services Pty Ltd “NSS” has been awarded a seven year contract for port logistics and stevedoring services relating to MMG’s Dugald River Mine export mineral concentrates.  The Dugald River project is based near Cloncurry in North-West Queensland and is one of the highest grade undeveloped zinc resources globally with an estimated mine life of 25 years. 

NSS was selected on its experience and capability, commitment to safety and the environment, available assets and infrastructure and highly competitive price. The scope of work includes the receival of sealed containers from MMG’s rail service provider, transport of the sealed containers to NSS port facilities within the Port of Townsville, tippling of containers using the Qube Rotabox™ system into MMG chartered vessels and return of empty sealed containers to MMG’s rail service provider.

NSS General Manager Juliette Sperber said: “The Dugald River project is one of the most exciting mining projects in Queensland. With a reputation as one of the world’s top mid-tier miners, MMG’s selection of NSS as its port logistics and stevedoring service provider evidences our progressive approach to service delivery. Placing sustainability and the environment at the forefront of our service offering, whilst not compromising on productivity or competitive pricing will set the bar for bulk materials handling now and into the future.”

MMG appoints NSS as Stevedore“We are thrilled to be part of this project and we are looking forward to working collaboratively with the MMG team to exceed their expectations.”
Shortly after the Dugald River project was granted prescribed project status by the Queensland Government in April this year, MMG received confirmation of financing arrangements for the project, triggering the prompt commencement of construction of the processing plant and creation of significant employment opportunities. The expected remaining cost of the project to first shipment of concentrate is estimated to be US$600-620 million bringing Dugald River into production in the first half of 2018.

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