The PC4000 was customised for our unique operational requirements and built to withstand harsh Queensland mining conditions, alongside Komatsu who helped us with the build.
Batchfire is proud to support its workforce and the wider Biloela community, with an initiative offering company employees one year of free membership at the Callide Valley Men’s Shed!
Batchfire has renewed its multi-million dollar technology agreement with MaxMine for another three years, further enhancing our data-driven approach to reduced emissions and improved productivity.
Coal Planning Specialist at our Callide Mine, Jodie Munroe shares her story growing up in a mining family and progressing through the ranks at Batchfire Resources.
When asked about Batchfire’s “gutsy” net-zero emissions goal, Allan explained that the journey to net-zero was a long one that would involve many small environmental improvements.
Batchfire is proud to have completed more than 60 hectares of final stage rehabilitation last year, as we remain focused on providing sustainable post mining land uses (PMLUs) for future generations.
New Cat 994K brings 150% improvement in material movement efficiency and reduced carbon footprint for Batchfire Resources’ Callide Mine
We have retired our trusty Cat 994 after 100,000 hours of trouble-free use, replacing it with a more efficient, safer, high-productivity Cat 994K.
Batchfire recently renewed the Mount Murchison Nature Refuge (MMNR) Agreement, as landholder of the region, continuing our longstanding commitment to the preservation of native flora and fauna.
Batchfire welcomed the Dawson Catchment Coordinating Association (DCCA) to the Callide Mine, for a tour of our rehabilitation and catchment areas.
Batchfire and CQ Rural Health encourage Biloela locals to enjoy a coffee and start the mental health conversation
Batchfire Resources is proud to sponsor CQ Rural Health’s ‘Sticking Together 4 CQ Mental Health’ campaign during Mental Health Week.