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Sandvik closes Aussie sites

As a result of the continuing difficult market conditions in the mining sector, Sandvik Mining has announced further adjustments to its Australian operations

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Sandvik will make a further 63 roles redundant across Australia

Sandvik will make a further 63 roles redundant across Australia

The company will close its Wollongong site, allowing it to focus solely on providing a field service division in the NSW Illawarra and South Coast regions, while in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields...

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