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Event date: 7 Aug 2019, 10:30 AM - 7 Aug 2019, 1:00 PM Export event

Event Location: CQMS Razer Fabrication Workshop 1 Laverick Avenue, Tomago, NSW

CQMS Razer 40th anniversary Tomago celebrations and charity donation announcement
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CQMS Razer 40th anniversary Tomago celebrations and charity donation announcement

For 40 years, CQMS Razer has delivered world-class engineering, manufacturing and digital solutions to the mining industry. Over this time, CQMS Razer has grown to more than 260 staff across 7 global locations working with the best mining operations across the world.

To celebrate this major milestone, CQMS Razer will hold an open day at its Tomago facility to say thank you to their staff and families, and the Hunter Valley and Newcastle community and businesses.

CQMS Razer will also announce a donation to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service which will be presented on the day.

Event details

Date and Time: 

Wednesday 7 August 2019
10:30am –11:00am – formal presentation and announcement
11:00am – 11:15am – interview and photo opportunities
11:00am – 1:00pm – site tours, BBQ and demonstrations

Address: 
CQMS Razer Fabrication Workshop
1 Laverick Avenue, Tomago, NSW

Dress code: 
Covered footwear and long pants. High-vis vests and eye protection will be provided for those taking part in site tours.

Arrival instructions: 
Designated parking area off Laverick Avenue. Site access via Laverick Avenue pedestrian gate entrance.

Contact person: 
Kristy Boyce, CQMS Razer Marketing Communications Manager
Ph: 0429 999 465 or Email: Kristy.Boyce@cqmsrazer.com

Photo, footage and interview opportunities:

  • Site tours around CQMS Razer Tomago facility
  • Formal presentation of donation to Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
  • Interviews available with John Barbagallo, CEO CQMS Razer and a representative from the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service

About CQMS Razer

CQMS Razer is a global IP, engineering, software, and manufacturing company, delivering innovative, Productivity Technology to large surface mining operations around the world. As a leader in engineering innovation and manufacturing of mining equipment, our superior range includes hydraulic excavator cast lip systems, load haul optimisation software systems, dragline buckets, ground engaging tools (G.E.T), dragline rigging, conveyor systems and fixed plant wear products.

CQMS Razer operates globally covering most major mining regions, with dual headquarters in the USA and Australia, plus manufacturing facilities spread throughout Australia and China, as well as a Global Technology Centre located in Queensland, Australia. CQMS Razer are a collaborative partner with the world’s best miners, delivering solutions that improve mining productivity, asset availability, and safety
around the globe.

CQMS Razer Tomago offers a range of fabrication, repair, value-add, and process capabilities, servicing the Hunter Valley, and local Newcastle region.

CQMS Razer capabilities in Tomago include heavy fabrication and repair work including rigging repairs for dragline products, dump block assembly, maintenance, and overhauls, manufacturing of tungsten carbide overlay, stainless steel fabrication, line boring, induction brazing and hard facing.

CQMS Razer Tomago also specialise in conveyor manufacturing including rubber pulley lagging, hot cast pulley lagging, custom poly urethane products, belt scraper parts, and stud welding. Some additional capabilities include stone duster fabrication, rubber backed wear liners, NC milling capabilities, precision machining, hydraulic repairs, and we also have a painting booth.

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