CSI Mining Services (CSI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mineral Resources (MinRes), recently bolstered its in-house capability with the acquisition of G&G Mining.
Previously a subsidiary of Swedish steel manufacturer SSAB, G&G Mining specialises in the design, manufacture, repair and refurbishment of mobile mining equipment.
The acquisition means CSI can now provide these services to MinRes and external clients in-house rather than outsourcing to external providers.
Around 80 G&G team members were welcomed to MinRes at a town hall event hosted by Chief Executive Mining Services Mike Grey, who shared information on CSI’s proud history in mining services and exciting projects on the horizon for our diversified WA-owned business.
Mike said the acquisition was a positive development for MinRes and CSI as we expand our capabilities and future proof the business.
“G&G offers a fully established workshop in Hazelmere and a skilled workforce who we will bring into the MinRes family,” Mike said.
“We will have one General Manager overseeing both our existing Kwinana workshop and the G&G workshop, which encourages continuity of work and strengthens our support network.
“It’s a great opportunity for our new team members, who will each have access to career and development opportunities across our sites and workshops.”
Mike said CSI would continue to partner with SSAB on innovative, quality mining attachments using SSAB’s high strength steel products. For now, it’s business as usual at G&G, with a transition period expected to span the next six months.