• A world-class integrated iron ore mining, rail and port operation.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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  • Our diverse people are the driving force behind our success.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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  • Our diverse people are the driving force behind our success.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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  • Our Smart Mine program is creating Tomorrow’s Mine, Today.

    Roy Hill proudly operates in the Pilbara region of West Australia, representing the next generation of integrated iron ore operations.

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A message from our Executive Chairman Read the latest e-news from Roy Hill’s Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart as well as broader Group and company news.

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Operations overview Roy Hill’s integrated operations ensure an industry-leading supply chain of quality iron ore. Learn how we achieve this.

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Group executive news

A Fortunate Life: Tad Watroba

Tad Watroba describes himself as ‘the most fortunate mining engineer there is’. After more than 45 years in the business, his drive and passion are as fierce today as when he began his first job down a mine after graduating in 1973 from Krakow’s AGH University of Science and Technology, then known as the University of Mining and Metallurgy.

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Wabtec launches e-locomotive with first order

In Australia, Roy Hill will be getting the newest version of the FLXdrive battery-electric locomotive in 2023 with an energy capacity of 7 MWh. “We are committed to transforming the next generation of transportation by adopting advanced technologies that improve energy efficiency, lower operating costs and improve our rail and mining network,” said Gerhard Veldsman, CEO of Roy Hill. “The FLXdrive locomotive will be the first for the region and the first for the mining industry and will improve our rail operations from the mine to Port Hedland.”

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‘Dramatically more powerful’: world’s first battery-electric freight train unveiled

Wabtec showed off the new battery-electric locomotive at Carnegie Mellon University as part of a new venture between the two organizations to develop zero-emissions technology to help move the 1.7bn tons of goods that are shipped on American railroads each year. Australian mining company Roy Hill has become the first purchaser of Wabtec’s FLXdrive battery-electric locomotive, announcing the purchase the same day Wabtec unveiled the locomotive. Roy Hill will receive the second-generation version of the FLXdrive locomotive, currently under development for delivery in 2023, which will have an energy capacity of 7-megawatt hours.

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Latest news

National Mining & Related Industries Day event postponed to 2022

Given COVID restrictions, National Mining & Related Industries Day which was to be held this year in the Whitsunday’s, has been postponed to November 2022.

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Aussie beach volleyballers win first Olympic medal in 21 years

“But the philanthropic support of Gina Rinehart is something very special. Not only has Gina’s support been integral to helping Mariafe and Taliqua reach success, it underpins our whole beach volleyball program.” “Thank you Mrs R, you’re a massive part of our team’s achievements”.

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Gina Rinehart goes for gold: Australia’s $10m Olympic secret weapon

Olympic legend Dawn Fraser wishes billionaire Gina Rinehart was around when she was at the peak of her swimming career. Fraser, who famously won gold at three Olympics, considers “Mrs Rinehart” to be one of the secret weapons behind Australia’s success at the Tokyo Games, where the country’s athletes have won the most gold medals in history. The mining magnate is one of Australia’s biggest Olympic fans and contributes up to $10m annually to four Olympic sports: swimming, rowing, volleyball and artistic swimming.

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