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04 / 11 / 2019

1992 – Gordonstone Mine, Queensland

One of Mitchell’s core values is to ‘continuously improve and find a better way’. So in 1992, when Gordonstone Mine (now known as Kestrel Mine) in Central Queensland called, Peter Mitchell had to somehow come up with a plan to drill a 2.5m diameter vent shaft. With the help of his fitters, boilermakers and seasoned […]

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30 / 10 / 2019

Longwall 2019 Conference

Mitchell’s RADCO Technologies delegates, Wayne Parkinson, Engineering Manager, and Shane Arnold, Continuous Improvement Manager, look forward to seeing our shareholders, clients and suppliers at this year’s Longwall Conference for shared learning across the underground coal mining sector.

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27 / 10 / 2019

1980 – Coal exploration in Ipswich, Queensland

Drilling has been an integral part of the Mitchell’s DNA for generations. Here’s a classic shot of Nathan, just 9 years young, ‘offsiding’ experienced campaigners Graham Hotters and Rod Kirby. Back in the day, Mitchell performed a lot of coal exploration in the Ipswich region of Queensland. Watch those toes, Nathan!

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22 / 10 / 2019

IMARC Melbourne 2019

Mitchell Services looks forward to seeing our shareholders, clients and suppliers at the 6th Annual International Mining and Resources Conference in Melbourne next week. Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Elf, and General Manager – Commercial, Todd Wild, look forward to seeing you at Booth J22.

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