Thiess, the global mining services provider owned by Cimic Group Ltd (ASX: CIM) has been awarded a A$480 million contract by QCoal to continue operations at the QCoal Northern Hub located in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
The contract has a four-year term and will require Thiess to provide mining services including, “mine planning, drill and blast, overburden removal and coal mining”, according to the announcement.
Cimic shares were up 1.5% on Friday following the announcement.
The QCoal contract win follows a recently announced $225 million contract awarded to Thiess to provide mining services to Nickel West which is owned by BHP Billiton Limited (ASX: BHP).
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