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MLG awarded Lenora site services contract

Australian mining services provider MLG OZ has won a three-year site service and haulage works contract with Genesis Minerals.

 Genesis’ Leonora Gold project consists of the Ulysses, Admiral, Orient Well and Puzzle deposits. Photo: Genesis Minerals

Genesis’ Leonora Gold project consists of the Ulysses, Admiral, Orient Well and Puzzle deposits. Photo: Genesis Minerals

With a November start date, MLG will begin work at the Lenora gold project in Western Australia's Eastern Goldfields.

The Leonora Gold project consists of the Ulysses, Admiral, Orient Well and Puzzle deposits.

Following Genesis' "right ores in the right mill" operating model, MLG plans to support the miner's strategic growth plans with integrated site services and haulage.

MLG's regional position across the Leonora mineral field and strength of our underlying operations across this region ensures we are well placed to grow with Genesis and help them execute their long-term strategy," said Murray Leahy, MLG's founder, managing director and majority shareholder.

Leahy went on to underscore the ‘major role in the enhancement and growth of mineral production in the Leonora region" that MLG is committed to supporting.

"The Leonora Mineral field is currently going through a level of consolidation and growth in processing capacity not experienced before," he said. "MLG's large regional presence and scale of support infrastructure located within the region that is currently delivering for our high-quality customer base positions us extremely well to capitalise on these opportunities."

 

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