LOGISTICS solutions provider Centurion has announced a contract with mining giant Anglo American to provide general transport services in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
Centurion was selected by Anglo American as its preferred tenderer for the provision of general transport services (including five coal mines) as part of a five-year contract.
Chief executive Justin Cardaci said their Western Australian experience meant they were well-placed to effectively service the contract.
“Centurion has a long and extensive history of providing safe and reliable supply chain solutions to customers operating in the mining industry,” Mr Cardaci said.
“Our offering is based on a very well developed mining support solution which has safety at the core and provides visibility tools tailored to client requirements that enable logistics management to be performed in a controlled manner throughout the entire process.”
Mr Cardaci said as part of the new contract Centurion had recruited people locally.
“We are very pleased to be expanding our offering into the Bowen Basin region as we enter a critical period of growth for our business in Queensland,” he said.
“We have surpassed our expectations in terms of performance for our east coast operations in the past 15 months. Our focus is on continuing to build this business by leveraging our core capabilities and safely and reliably servicing the mining, energy, and retail sectors.”