Adani orders 55 Komatsu trucks for Carmichael mine

Adani orders 55 Komatsu trucks for Carmichael mine

55 gigantic Komatsu 960E-2 and 930E-4SE haul trucks for Adani Carmichael mine

Komatsu Adani Carmichael mine Komatsu 960e haul truck - iMINCO
Skeptics who are constantly beating the drum about the Adani Carmichael mine never getting off the ground will be re-thinking their strategy this week.

Adani, the Indian power and energy conglomerate has placed a firm order or 55 Komatsu trucks for Carmichael mine to be used at the proposed Galilee Basin mega-mine. The A$16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine, situated in the north of Galilee Basin in central Queensland, Australia is step-by-step becoming a reality for Queenslanders.

The Carmichael coal mine is expected to produce 60 million tonnes of high quality thermal coal each year and generate thousands of permanent mining jobs for the region. Adani has also indicated the Carmichael mine will be made up of a mix of FIFO and a local workforce.

Komatsu Ltd. (President and CEO: Tetsuji Ohashi) (hereinafter “Komatsu”) has been awarded by Adani Mining Pty. Ltd. (CEO: Jeyakumar Janakaraj, COO: Samir Vora) (hereinafter “Adani Mining”) an order for a total of 55 units of 960E-2 and 930E-4SE super-large dump trucks for delivery from the second half of 2016 for use at its Carmichael coal mine in Queensland, Australia.

You can read the official Komatsu press release here: Adani orders 55 Komatsu trucks for Carmichael mine

Soon, the world`s largest coal mine of the future will be supplied by Komatsu mining trucks

Under the agreement, Komatsu will deliver a total of 55 Komatsu dump trucks; the 960E-2 and 930E-4SE, scheduled for late 2016.

The Komatsu 960E-2K has a payload that ranges from 360 short imperial tons and up to 327 metric imperial tons. The front axle has a weight distribution that ranges from 123490 kg and up to 190104 kg, while its rear axle has a weight distribution that ranges from 125985 kg, and up to 385968 kg. That’s one big truck!

About the Adani Carmichael coal mine

The proposed Carmichael proposed thermal coal mine is going to be huge, with a focus on mining automation and autonomous operation of the mine, railway, and port.

The mine is expected to have an operating life of around 90 years and it is planned to extract four billion tonnes of coal using open-cut and underground mining methods

Adani awarded the contract to Korean project management and engineering company POSCO to build a huge 360+km rail line to the mine from Abbot Point; which will also connect into the existing Goonyella railway line.

Keep up to date with Adani Carmichael coal mine jobs. To people who want to get a job at the Carmichael mine but don’t know where to get started, iMINCO Project News could be what you are looking for. This free email newsletter tells you how to gather the right information about the mine to put yourself into a good position to gain employment.

Career opportunities at the Carmichael mine will be immense, with a long mine life and plenty of opportunity to start and work your way up to the top. There will be plenty of jobs for multi-skilled operators of dump trucks, dozers, graders, loaders and water trucks, as well as larger machinery like draglines and electric shovels.

Pre-requisites for Dump Truck Operator jobs with Adani.

Reference: Adani orders 55 Komatsu trucks for Carmichael mine

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2 Comments

  1. Richo June 16, 2015 Reply

    Wow – dont let the facts get in the way of a good story guys. Just looking at Youtube and reading a truck brochure doesn’t make you a reporter……Many Many Many incorrect statements here……….

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      John July 6, 2015

      Hi Richo, good comments – let’s have some more explanations that back up your comments! I’m sure you have some unbiased views and your experience in mining is something our readers would like to hear too.

      Give us your views on the ‘incorrect statements’

      John
      iMINCO Mining Information

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