Western Australian logistics powerhouse, Centurion, has secured a three year contract extension to provide integrated logistics services on the Sino Iron project.
Now into its eighth year, the project includes linehaul, regional transport services and offsite receipting for CITIC Pacific Mining in Western Australia's Pilbara region where Centurion has been active for decades.
In a statement the company said it possessed a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the area and its unique logistics requirements.
Sino Iron Project is located at Cape Preston.
Centurion CEO Justin Cardaci said he was pleased the working relationship with CITIC had been extended for a further three years.
“The extension of this contract is a great validation of the current quality and efficiency of Centurion’s integrated logistics offering," he said.
"We have developed a strong relationship with CITIC over the past eight years and this extension is a tribute to the importance of establishing long term relationships with customers,” said Cardaci.
CITIC’s support, according to Centurion, enables it to continue its economic contribution to the Karratha region, in addition to building and sustaining long term community partnerships.
Over the last three years, Centurion has contributed, directly and indirectly, to more than $800 million in spending in the WA community.
“The renewal of the CITIC contract is of strategic importance as it reaffirms Centurion’s position as a leading provider of logistics services to the resources industry across the west coast of Australia," said Cardaci.
"Our client operations are supported by a fleet of more 2000 owned assets and a network of regional branches offering receipting and last mile logistic services,” he said.