Austmine Members Finalists at the NSW Mining Industry & Suppliers Awards
The NSW Mining Industry & Suppliers Conference kicks off tonight with the NSW Mining Awards Dinner at Parliament House. The conference will host a number of esteemed speakers from government, miners, METS and advisories who will provide an overview of the outlook of the sector and assess the challenges and opportunities ahead. Austmine are proud to announce that three of our members, Pulse Mining Systems, Banlaw and RungePincockMinarco, have been recognised at the awards as finalists in the ‘Outstanding Supplier’ category. Also, congratulations to Dee Murdoch, Associate Director, AECOM, who is a finalist for the ‘Exceptional Woman in Mining’ award.
Pulse Mining Systems is a software company based in the Hunter Valley who have been able to manage data across the entire mining value chain using high-tech visualisation and analytics. Pulse have been recognised for their range of mobile-friendly analytical products that have been able to incorporate a fully integrated mining-specific ERP and the internet of things data sources.
"Pulse Mining is thrilled to be shortlisted as a finalist for the second time in two years in the Outstanding Supplier category of the 2016 NSW Mining Industry & Suppliers Awards. We are pleased that the Industry recognises the value and effectiveness of our unique collaborative approach to providing mine management with cost-effective, operational solutions for data driven decision making.” - Ashley Bosworth, Director, Pulse Mining Systems
Banlaw is an OEM of hydrocarbon management products, services and software that is differentiated from competitors through a focus on Unified Fuel Management (UFM). This involves deploying complementary technologies and services to help miners increase efficiency through better integration of all aspects of their fuel usage and consumption.
RungePincockMinarco (RPM) is an industry-leading provider of advisory consulting, technology and professional development solutions tothemining industry. RPM’s products and services are used around the globe and are focused on technical capability, with visual software solutions based on gaming techniques and enterprise architects.
"We are pleased that RPM have been shortlisted as a finalist in the NSW Mining Industry and Supplier Awards. Whilst the mining industry has had its challenges, we are proud that RPM underpins and provides confidence to investment, project development and operational activity in the NSW Mining Industry and look forward to further collaboration in the future." - Richard Matthews, CEO & Managing Director, RPM
Dee Murdoch is a land management specialist who has been at AECOM for over 5 years. Dee has a particular focus on open cut coal mines in NSW and is an industry leader in management and rehabilitation of coal mining landscapes. Dee was the author under contract for the NSW DRE for the Mining Operation Plan (MOP) Guidelines that have since been used as the basis for all MOP’s written in NSW and has also contributed to the development of young professionals in the mining industry.
Austmine wish all finalists the best of luck and will be in attendance at the awards to support our members. Austmine’s CEO, Christine Gibbs Stewart, will also be speaking at the conference on Friday to advocate the importance of Australia’s METS sector.