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MACA Says Not Preferred Bidder On Extension Of Mining Services Contract At Karara
Maca Ltd Finalises Contract Award For Citic Pacific Mining
MACA Announces Contract Award
MACA Limited is an Australia-based company, which is engaged in contracting of mining and civil services to the mining and resources industry. The Company's segments include Mining and Civil. It operates through two businesses and two geographical segments, being the provision of civil and contract mining services throughout Australia and mining services to the mining industry in Brazil, South America. Its mining business specializes in providing mining and crushing services predominantly to mid-size mining projects across a range of commodities. Through its civil construction and asset maintenance businesses, the Company provides a range of civil infrastructure and maintenance services to government and private organizations. Its mining services and civil construction group provides open pit contracting services to the mining industry, including loading and hauling, drilling and blasting, crushing and screening and civil infrastructure services to public and private industry.
45 Division St
Geoffrey Alan Baker
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
Chief Financial Officer, Joint Company Secretary
Chief Operating Officer
General Manager - Civil and Infrastructure
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Australian shares slipped on Friday from a record closing high scaled the previous day, as strict restrictions in major cities dampened sentiment, while casino operator Crown Resorts slumped after Star Entertainment withdrew its takeover bid.
Australian shares marked time on Wednesday as investors awaited details of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's stimulus package later this week and looked ahead to the corporate earnings season.
Australian shares on Monday hit their highest in more than nine months, as heavyweight miners scaled multi-year peaks riding on an iron ore rally that saw prices of the steelmaking ingredient leap to record highs last week.
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