Camco was invited to tender on Pulley design and manufacture for one of Australia’s largest mining projects. The comprehensive project included not only the largest but also some of the most structurally robust Pulleys ever constructed in Australia. The tender included a requirement for Australian Industry Participation and had significant focus on the quality of the build. The project scope for design aimed to deliver reliability and longevity of service from commissioning to full operation. The magnitude of this project and time frame for delivery required a company that had significant resources financially and assets to meet and achieve the build in a relatively short time frame. Camco was successful in winning the $26m dollar tender meeting all criteria as defined by the client.
The requirements of the weighted tenderer included:
Australian Participation (AIP)
Training and Indigenous Engagement
Aspects of Innovation (supporting our successful tender)
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