A message from the Executive Chairman
A message from our Executive Chairman Read the latest e-news from Roy Hill’s Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart as well as broader Hancock Prospecting news.
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Roy Hill is one of Australia’s major resource-based operations, currently producing 60Mtpa of iron ore for international markets from our low phosphorus Marra Mamba iron ore deposit. Our integrated operation encompasses the entire supply chain, including mining, processing, rail and a purpose-built port facility.
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We’re leading the way in minesite and remote operations innovation, incorporating new technologies that result in higher quality product, less waste, a safer workplace and improved efficiencies. From automated drill rigs to the award-winning Lightning Protection System, this is the smart future of iron ore.
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Wabtec and leading iron ore miner Roy Hill, majority-owned by Hancock Prospecting, have debuted the world's first 100% battery-powered, heavy-haul locomotive for mainline service. Hancock Prospecting Group operations chief executive Gerhard Veldsman commented on the debut. "The foresight of our Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart AO, has been instrumental in establishing an environment in which we can successfully leverage the ingenuity of our people alongside key partners like Wabtec to transform our rail and mining operations through next-generation technologies," he said."The FLXdrive locomotive represents not only a first for the Pilbara, but a first for the mining industry. "The technological smarts that have gone into the development of the loco makes it well suited for our rail network. "By using regenerative braking, it will charge its battery on the 344km (214 miles) downhill run from our mine to port facility and use that stored energy to return to the mine, starting the cycle all over again.
Gina Rinehart has broken ground on a $20 million renovation project at Roy Hill’s headquarters in west Perth. Reflecting Rinehart’s commitment to ongoing breast cancer research, the building will be pink themed and inspired by the Sturt desert pea. “We love our firsts at Roy and our design will be the first of its kind in Australia, indeed the world,” Rinehart said.
Soil has been turned at the site of our new state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in West Perth.
Gina Rinehart has turned the first soil at a $20 million project to renovate the future West Perth headquarters of iron ore miner Roy Hill Holdings. The office building at 53 Ord Street could house up to 600 staff for the big mining company, which is embarking on expansion plans at its multi-billion-dollar Pilbara export operations. It was revealed in October the City of Perth had signed off on planning approval for the site, which will be themed on the red Australian wildflower the Sturt desert pea. The flower and the pink theme reflect Roy Hill executive chairman Gina Rinehart’s long commitment to breast cancer research and support.
Group executive news
On Saturday, Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn claimed on his Facebook page the tree-planting event at Wonthella Bush Reserve was “shut down” because of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act, which came into effect on July 1. Mr Van Styn told The West Australian on Sunday the city had checked online beforehand for Aboriginal heritage at the site and found no problems, but halted the event after one of the local traditional owners turned up and said the reserve was a significant site for her family. However, a member of the family told The West Australian she was not concerned about the planting of the trees but rather what she believed was the renaming of the land to honour Queen Elizabeth II.
This month is a special one for our mining company, as we are celebrating the anniversary of our Hope Downs mines development together with our 50 per cent partner Rio Tinto. In 2005 this was a game changer for our then little Aussie company.
Veterans 4 jobs
“Hancock Prospecting is built on good Australian values where loyalty and performance are rewarded. Our vision is to create pathways to business and employment opportunity for veterans and ex military across Hancock Prospecting, That the veterans feel valued and preferentially treated when they approach us and that we create a real sense of recognition of military service to the country for which they served which for the majority will be Australia.”Learn more
Hancock Prospecting Executive Chairperson,
Gina Rinehart AO
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