The Roy Hill Iron Ore project is seeking companies to design, supply, manufacture, test, commission and supervise the installation of 58 slurry pumps.
The Roy Hill project and is located 105km north-east of Newman in the Pilbara region of Western Australia and the deposit is the last of the large low phosphorous ore bodies in Australia outside the control of the majors.
The project consists of mining operation for 55Mtpa hematite iron ore; crushing, screening and processing lump and fines products; stockpiling and train loading; a 370km standard gauge, single line, dedicated heavy-haul railway from the mine site to Port Hedland; port facility located at Port Hedland for receiving, stockpiling, screening; exporting 55Mtpa (wet) of direct shipped hematite iron ore as lump and fines products; and an Automated Operations Centre in Perth.
Registration for the supply of the slurry pumps closes on 11 December 2012. See the Project Connect website for more information.