CITIC Pacific Mining Corporate Video. CITIC Pacific Mining is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Kong listed company CITIC Limited. Headquartered in Perth, the company was established to manage the construction and operation of the Sino Iron project, an integrated mining, processing and port operation that will secure a long term stable source of quality materials for the Chinese special steel mills owned and operated by the group.
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LIFE ON SITE Located about an hour’s drive from Karratha Airport, Eramurra Village is our custom designed accommodation facility with 1750 rooms and outstanding recreation facilities. The village features two gyms, a swimming pool, multipurpose sports courts, a retail store, tavern with beer garden, dining room and a recreation room. We also provide internet access to all rooms, in-house entertainment with FOXTEL and a regular schedule of entertainers including bands, comedians and sporting professionals. We try to make life on site as rewarding, relaxing and enjoyable as life at home.
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The massive Sino Iron project has been developed at Cape Preston, 100 kilometres south west of Karratha in Western Australia's Pilbara region. It is the largest magnetite mining and processing operation in Australia focused on delivering a world class magnetite iron ore development which will add value to the Western Australian economy through significant downstream processing, employment, community benefits and international technology transfer while balancing social and environmental considerations. The project is one of China's largest investments into the Australian resources sector and is owned by Hong Kong-based CITIC Limited. Production of magnetite concentrate started in late 2012 and processing lines 1 and 2 will be fully operational by December 2013
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Be part of Australia's biggest and most complex magnetite mining and processing operation - the Sino Iron Project. Under construction at Cape Preston, 100 kilometres south west of Karratha in WA, this high tech project includes the world's biggest excavators and haul trucks, massive open pit mine, the largest grinding mills in the world, the first combined cycle, gas fired 450MW power station in the Pilbara, an innovative 51-gigalitre desalination plant and the first port built in the Pilbara for 40 years, which boasts a 2.6 kilometre breakwater. So when we say 'big, we mean it. So if you love a challenge, want to broaden your horizons, are keen to work in a cross cultural environment in Australia's only major coastal mining operation, we would love to hear from you, check out our current vacancies at www.citicpacificmining.com
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Welcome to Western Australia's next iron age. Where the industry's long-held dream is now reality; where Chinese capital and mineral processing expertise has combined with Australian mining knowhow to build and run a megaproject of global significance. This is Sino Iron today.
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What’s the best way to improve and grow your skills as a modern HR leader? Easy – steal from the best! Colleen Farrell and Maria Hodgson, HR Systems Analysts at CITIC Pacific Mining, have kindly agreed to share their org charting knowledge and experience with you personally in a live webinar!
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Mobile Plant Operator and long-time CPM employee Richard 'Dicky' Day knows all too well the importance of a healthy heart. In 2016, Richard was one of 55,000 Australians to suffer a heart attack. You can hear his story here.
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First strand lift at Cape Preston Western Australia
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Massive lightning strike hits the top of this crane at a WA mining site. This video was taken at Citic Pacific Mining in Cape Preston on a stormy evening that lasted throughout the night.
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Sino Iron is more than just another mine. It’s an integrated export facility featuring the first greenfields port to be built in the Pilbara for 40 years. Barges to deliver magnetite concentrate to bulk carriers waiting offshore and local businesses are benefiting big time.
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Claire Hargreaves is ESS Active Life Coach on the Sino Iron project and part of the team who monitor wellness at site. The health and well-being of our staff is very important to us. Claire and her colleagues provide important care and advice to staff residing at Sino Iron's Eramurra Village near Cape Preston.
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Gary Blinco is our Heritage Indigenous Affairs Superintendent. He’s one of our dedicated staff members contributing to the success of this project. Better Partnerships with Traditional Owners ensure we can meet local needs and respect country.
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CITIC Pacific Special Steel Group, being as Chinese govt owned special steel group, is equipped with most advanced facilities and technology. It has 2 major manufacturing base, Hubei Xinyegang Steel for supply of seamless pipes, bars, forgings and Xingcheng Speical Steel for supply of bars, plates. Products are widely used in China and overseas in various industries.
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Introduction of “CITIC PACIFIC SPECIAL STEEL HOLDINGS”. The world largest special steel manufacture. Main product = Steel bars, plates, seamless tubes, forgings, wire rods and round blooms. Thailand office (+66) 02-678-6881 Email : [email protected]
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CITIC Pacific Shenzhou Peninsula Pro hosted by Wanning China burst onto the surfing scene in 2011 with the ASP's first ever event in the Far East, and since then it has become known as a fantastic surfing destination and will be the ideal location for the world's best longboarders to compete for the ASP World Longboard Title. The 2012 CITIC PACIFIC Shenzhou Peninsula Pro will run from 27 Nov -- 1 Dec at Riyuewan, Wanning, Hainan Island.
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Citic Pacific Special Steel (CPS) is the largest dedicated manufacturer of special steel in China. CPS produce high grade bearing steel, plates, seamless steel tubes, wires, forging steel and casting billets for customers primarily in the auto components, energy, machinery manufacturing, oil and petrochemicals, transportation, shipbuilding and other industrial sectors across the world.
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Please join us after work on Wednesday May 4th from 5pm to meet your new social club committee members, learn a little about what events are on the horizon, how to sign up, plus make suggestions on what events you think SINOclub should host. There will be an assortment of hot and cold snacks available as well as non-alcoholic drinks. Come and be involved in making CITIC Pacific Mining a great place to work and have fun.
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Sino Iron project is a world class, large-scale magnetite iron ore project, the first of its kind in Western Australia. It is bringing innovative, new mining processes to this country and is the first iron ore project to include large scale downstream processing.
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Hamersley Basin:http://www.gyratorycrusher.com/quarry/quarry/iron-crusher.html CITIC Pacific Mining | Processing:http://www.gyratorycrusher.com/quarry/quarry/iron-crusher.html Rio Tinto Iron Ore:http://www.gyratorycrusher.com/quarry/quarry/iron-crusher.html iron ore mining process flow chart Australia,iron ore processing:http://www.gyratorycrusher.com/quarry/quarry/iron-crusher.html Iron Ore - Mineral Fact Sheets:http://www.gyratorycrusher.com/quarry/quarry/iron-crusher.html Iron ore:http://www.gyratorycrusher.com/quarry/quarry/iron-crusher.html World production averages two billion metric tons of raw ore annually. The world's largest producer of iron ore is the Brazilian mining corporation Vale, followed by Anglo-Australianpanies BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto Group. A further Australian supplier, Fortescue Metals Group Ltd has helped bring Australia's production to second in the world. Olympic Dam Copper-Uranium Mine, Adelaide The Olympic Dam is a huge mining centre located in South Australia,... NUVO Mining machinery is the world's leading supplier of iron ore processing equipments and technology for steel makers. From plant design and project management software tomissioning, training and after market support, we provide you one source for everything it requires to design, build and operate profitable plants. iron ore processing equipments are weed by customers worldwide, especially in countries like America, Australia, Brazil, Malaysia and Nigeria. At Paraburdoo, the fine ore stream from crushing and screening is wet screened and hydrocycloned to remove slimes. The Paraburdoo fines processing plant (PFPP) improves the quality of fines by reducing gangue impurities, particularly alumina. The PFPP treats all fines produced from Paraburdoo and Channar. The ultra-fines are removed by wet screens and hydrocyclones. The plant is designed to process approximately 12Mt/y of feed and achieve a 91% recovery on a dry basis. Hot short iron is brittle when hot. This was a serious problem as most iron used during the 17th and 18th century was bar or wrought iron. Wrought iron is shaped by repeated blows with a hammer while hot. A piece of hot short i
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| Best WeekInsane Lightning Strike! Western Australia February 2017. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5WkfsOPy9kB4mkgjNR-VNAMassive lightning strike hits the top of this crane at the WA mining site. This video was taken at Citic Pacific Mining in Cape Preston on a stormy evening that lasted throughout the night.
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Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/cnforbiddennews Like us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/chinaforbiddennews Over the past decade, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has invested heavily in raw materials overseas, but the majority of its trading is losing money. CITIC Pacific invested $10 billion on its Sino Iron project, purchasing an Australian mine producing magnetite iron-ore. Despite costing four-times its initial budget, it may lose hundreds-of-millions of dollars in 2014—after only one year. Experts say the CCP＇s overseas investments give corrupt officials a perfect opportunity to ＇privatize＇ national assets. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) says the $10-billion mine that＇s taken over eight years to develop in Cape Preston is evidence of just how much has gone wrong with China's decade-long push to buy up raw materials worldwide. Citic Pacific and its contractors made a series of blunders, from thinking they could import workers at Chinese pay levels to a botched bet on currencies that forced the company to seek a $1.5 billion bailout from its parent, reported WSJ. WSJ added, China rushed to buy up global commodities as its economy boomed—both to feed its factories and to ensure it wasn't reliant on Western powers for raw materials. …Investments in resources soared to $53.3 billion last year, from $8.2 billion in 2005, according to an investment database compiled by the American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation, continued WSJ. The head of China's mining association estimated in 2013 that out of all overseas mining deals, 80% had failed. China came late to the global resources boom and often overpaid for assets Western companies had passed over or wanted to sell, says WSJ, adding; China typically paid one-fifth more for oil-and-gas assets than industry average, estimates Scott Darling, Asian regional head of oil-and-gas research at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Prof. Wang Jiangsong, China Institute of Industrial Relations: "China lacks technique in overseas mergers and acquisitions.＂ ＂The West have been doing overseas mergers for hundreds of years, but China has just started; it lacks information on the local policy, laws, management and in social and economic aspects.＂ ＂Rushing into foreign markets and into acquisitions could turn into a financial disadvantage." Prof. Wang says another reason for overseas investment loss is the privatization of state-owned assets by the political elite. Wang Jiangsong: "How did this budget that was more than three-times the initial amount come to be?＂ ＂The overseas acquisitions by state-owned enterprises are not subject to any supervision, like by internal workers, the society, or by legislative bodies.＂ ＂So theoretically, money laundering through overseas acquisitions is possible; it＇s a black hole for sure, as it lacks supervision or any effective regulations." Commentator Yang Hengjun says the CCP＇s investment has, due to lack of supervision, allowed individuals to gain wealth at the cost of national assets. Yang Hengjun, general manager, Sydney Times: "The main reason is the system and the corrupt officials; everyone, including Zhou Yongkang and his oil group, monopolizes overseas oil investments.＂ ＂Larry Yung, the former chairman of CITIC Pacific, was one of his allies; they trust only their own people.＂ ＂The numerous overseas investments have never been led by the Chinese people." Larry Yung is the son of China＇s former Vice President, Rong Yiren. The CCP＇s overseas investments are one primary way for princelings to embezzle state assets, says Yang Hengjun. The project leaders are all corrupt, and being overseas, no one can control them; the accounting is just a mess. Sept. 11—the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) filed a lawsuit against five former CITIC Pacific chiefs —including Larry Yung—for lying about the company's financial state, which resulted in a loss by equity investors. The Commission sought compensation for 4,500 victims who had lost a combined total of $1.9 billion in investments. 《神韵》2014世界巡演新亮点 http://www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org/
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Clive Palmer to be paid almost $200million after winning long-running battle with estranged Chinese joint venture partner Citic.Clive Palmer's mining company Mineralogy has won its long-running battle against its estranged Chinese joint venture partners in Western Australia.The companies have been embroiled in legal warfare for many years but the main dispute related to calculations for royalty payments from the multi-billion dollar Sino Iron project, which CITIC built and operates, drawing ore from Mineralogy-owned land.On Friday, WA Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Martin concluded CITIC's wholly owned subsidiaries Sino Iron and Korean Steel must each pay Mineralogy AU$63 million (US$74.7 million) in lost royalties.
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