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Roy Hill contract increases MACA workbook to $3B

MACA has won a new mining services contract to support the Roy Hill iron ore mine in Western Australia’s Pilbara, tipping its work in hand over the A$3 billion mark.

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The year-long project consists of open pit mining services, including both load and haul and drill and blast, and is expected to generate some $70 million in revenue for MACA starting in early 2022. ...

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