Workers and their proud partners joined us for dinner, drinks, and an inspiring awards ceremony as we celebrated the commitment of many of our long-term employees.
Biloela high school students designed and built a model-scale hydraulic arm as part of a recent Heavy Hydraulics event, hosted by Batchfire Resources and the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA).
Callide Mine paramedic and former professional soccer player Paul Quarmby took the local under-12 team to the global stage, made possible with Batchfire’s sponsorship.
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.
Local students were tested on the tools as part of the second annual ‘Tradies for a Day’ event this month, presented by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) and Batchfire Resources.
Biloela students took part in the inspiring ‘Stem Unearthed’ event earlier this month, arming them with valuable new science, technology, engineering and maths skills, delivered by the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA) alongside Batchfire Resources.
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