NSW Mining Suppliers Awards to recognise businesses critical to mining

July 31, 2013

NSW businesses have a great opportunity to demonstrate how they are helping to build value and improve efficiency and productivity in mining at the 2013 NSW Mining Suppliers Awards in October.
NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee said these awards would formally recognise leading businesses, big and small, that help to keep NSW mining strong.
“Mining in NSW cannot happen without the hundreds of firms that supply the minerals industry – from legal and accounting services, to equipment and machinery manufacturers, labour hire, transport, engineering and construction,” Mr Galilee said today.
“These partnerships are integral to the success of our industry and the economic contribution that our industry is able to make to the state’s economy.
“There are many great success stories, from companies that started in backyards now employing hundreds of people, right through to the big services, transport and technology companies working with mining companies in NSW and also exporting their products and expertise overseas. These hard working people and world class companies deserve our public recognition and thanks.
“This is a great opportunity for companies to showcase their services and technological advancements in front of new audiences, markets and networks at our awards night in Sydney and we encourage anyone in the supply chain to enter.”
There are just three weeks remaining for companies to enter the 2013 NSW Mining Suppliers Awards. Winners will be announced at a Gala Dinner on 24 October in Sydney in the following categories:
  • Professional services
  • Manufacturing & engineering
  • Mining technology
  • Small business supplier

NSW Mining Suppliers Awards 2012 (Construction and Engineering Category Winners: L-R) NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee, Winner: Scott Farrell and Anthony Kropp from Subzero Services, and Barry O’Farrell MP, Premier of NSW

All companies supplying NSW mining producers and exploration companies are eligible to enter and can do so by completing the entry form. NSW-based companies based providing services to the Australian minerals sector are also eligible.

Companies can enter multiple categories and multiple times in a single category.

The NSW Mining Industry & Suppliers Conference is proudly sponsored by Joy Global, Aurizon, ANZ, Ampcontrol, Quarry Mining, Hays Recruitment and The Hunter Business Chamber.

Enter now

For media enquiries contact Lindsay on 0409 758 734 or lhermes@nswmining.com.au

For Awards/Event enquiries contact Jan on 02 9274 1408 or jcornay@nswmining.com.au

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