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ICHCA - Luncheon in SA - From Surviving to Thriving
West Lakes, Australia - Friday 16th March 2018
Seminar / workshop

Arrium had a challenging few years ending in Voluntary Administration in early 2016. The group was acquired in September 2017 by GFG Alliance and has ambitious plans including installing considerable dispatchable renewable energy, investing in mining and the Whyalla Steelworks along with exploring major port and infrastructure development.
Speaker: Daniel Rowlands Manager for Fixed Plant, SIMEC Mining (formerly Arrium), part of GFG Alliance

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Friday 16th March 2018

12:00 noon start, 2:00pm finish (Sharp) (GMT +10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

The Lakes Resort Hotel
Brebner Drive
West Lakes
South Australia

ICHCA Members $75.00 per person / Non Members $90.00 per person (includes 10% GST) (Charge includes soft drink and some wine)

Contact for booking / more info:
Deb Warda
P: 0439 181 081 send an email

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