HVO road haulage contract

Bis has signed a multi-year on-road haulage contract for Hunter Valley Operations (HVO) at its Howick based processing facility near Singleton in the Upper Hunter. The load and haul solution features a bespoke high payload on-road haulage rig ideally suited for the Glencore and Yancoal owned joint venture, which is located 115km north-west of Newcastle. Comprising A-Double and B-Double trailer configurations, loading and road maintenance equipment, the dedicated fleet will transport material from HVO’s preparation plant to its Newdell train load out facility.

Bis,whose head office is baed in Western Australia, is a leader in efficiently moving large volumes of raw materials and commodities through the full mining value chain. The company operates a number of offices in the Hunter Valley. Bis Chief Executive Officer, Brad Rogers, said he was pleased to expand on the existing Bis relationship with HVO. ‘Building on our existing long-term relationship with Glencore, we are delighted to continue our support to the HVO joint venture operation for Yancoal and Glencore. ‘The NHVR approved Bis haulage solution adopted at HVO was specifically designed by our in-house team to cater for a greater payload capacity thereby reducing the number of overall truck movements, operational health and safety risks and fuel consumption. ‘The solution is delivering win-win results all round,’ he said.

The contract comes only months after Bis secured another new multi-year haulage contract on the eastern seaboard for Anglo American’s Capcoal operations near Middlemount, in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

Bis has signed a multi-year on-road haulage contract for Hunter Valley Operations (HVO) at its Howick based processing facility near Singleton in the Upper Hunter. The load and haul solution features a bespoke high payload on-road haulage rig ideally suited for the Glencore and Yancoal owned joint venture, which is located 115km north-west of Newcastle.
Comprising A-Double and B-Double trailer configurations, loading and road maintenance equipment, the dedicated fleet will transport material from HVO’s preparation plant to its Newdell train load out facility.

Bis,whose head office is baed in Western Australia, is a leader in efficiently moving large volumes of raw materials and commodities through the full mining value chain. The company operates a number of offices in the Hunter Valley.
Bis Chief Executive Officer, Brad Rogers, said he was pleased to expand on the existing Bis relationship with HVO.

‘Building on our existing long-term relationship with Glencore, we are delighted to continue our support to the HVO joint venture operation for Yancoal and Glencore. ‘The NHVR approved Bis haulage solution adopted at HVO was specifically designed by our in-house team to cater for a greater payload capacity thereby reducing the number of overall truck movements, operational health and safety risks and fuel consumption. ‘The solution is delivering win-win results all round,’ he said.

The contract comes only months after Bis secured another new multi-year haulage contract on the eastern seaboard for Anglo American’s Capcoal operations near Middlemount, in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.




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