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MADER Group has launched mobile plant equipment washing services in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Beginning work with new clients in 2019, the company’s Mader Clean Team is a new service designed to complement its existing shutdown services.
Mader already has extensive experience executing heavy mobile equipment shutdowns, having successfully executed more than 400 shutdowns in WA alone.
New equipment washing services were expected to deliver high quality, safe and efficient cleans, and were designed to help mining companies reduce their environmental footprint and achieve machine availability targets.
The company’s recent high level of growth has seen it double its workforce in 12 months, and expand to operate in all states of Australia.
Mader Group has now also expanded to work across the globe, deploying more than 1000 highly skilled and dynamic employees throughout the major mining regions of Australia, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.
This was not the company’s first venture to diversify its services. Mader recently launched a new Rapid Response Team, capable of delivering a team of highly skilled tradespeople to site within 72 hours, as well as a dedicated Drill Support Team.
With more services than ever before, Mader Group has been able to help mining companies add more value to maximise productivity.
As featured in the upcoming Australian Mining Review. Grab the February 2019 edition for more details.
Book a team to execute a shutdown and combine it with a machine wash before 31st June 2019 to receive a 15% discount on the Mader Clean Team service. Conditions apply*
Book 5 machine washes and receive a 15% discount on Mader Clean Team rates across all 5 machines! Washes must be executed before 31st June 2019. Conditions apply*
Available from early 2019, the Mader Clean Team is the perfect service to complement project work and shutdowns. Free up your skilled labour and optimise valuable production time, call in our Mader Clean Team today.
*Terms and conditions
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