Bradken® is a leading global supplier of differentiated consumable and capital products to international markets.
Bradken® is a leading global supplier of differentiated consumable and capital products to the mining, transport, contract manufacturing and general industrial markets.
Our business is structured into four discreet Divisions, geographically located to serve customers in major global markets:
1) Mining & Transport
2) Fixed Plant
3) Mineral Processing
4) Engineered Products
To meet the needs of our customers, Bradken employs over 4,000 people and operates a global network of manufacturing, sales and service facilities.
Bradken has a long and proud history of over 90 years in the foundry industry. Today, the Company stands as a leading manufacturing company with sales over AU$1.1 billion and is a publicly listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange (BKN).
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Learn about the latest developments in the mineral processing market when Bradken exhibits at the Mining World Russia Expo from April 25 to 27. For more details go to http://miningworld.ru or head to Bradken.com.
Bradken is proud to exhibit at the 39th ASSCT Conference to be held in Cairns from May 3 to 5, 2017. Come and find us at Stand 30 at the Pullman Cairns International Hotel.
Bradken Fixed Plant Senior Sales Coordinator Rachel Taylor is calling for donations to help support her efforts in The MACA Ride to Conquer Cancer. So far Rachel’s raised $1610, with a goal of hitting at least $2500 before the start of the two-day, 200km ride in October. Money raised will go to the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. To donate, go to http://pr17.conquercancer.org.au/site/TR/Events/Perth2017?px=1629671&pg=personal&fr_id=1280
With the NRL competition kicking off next Thursday the Mobile Plant team at the Newcastle head office celebrated casual Friday by wearing their favourite team’s jersey to show their support. Poor Brad Ward copped it for wearing a Broncos jersey.
Bradken’s Innisfail workshop has been awarded an $11 million contract to build 1000 six-tonne cane bins for MSF Sugar. The contract is the largest order for cane bins received for the Innisfail site, eclipsing the 357 six-tonne cane bins the factory has supplied to the South Johnstone Mill since 2013. Pictured are Bradken’s Roy Flanders and Ron Donges, with MSF Sugar’s Mike Barry and Barry O’Brien signing off on the deal.
Thank you to everyone in the Bradken team at Newcastle who donated to the Samaritans Christmas Appeal. Hopefully these gifts bring a little happiness this Christmas.
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Bradken was proud to be part of the recent Liddell Colliery open days, giving local families a fun insight into how the site operates. About 400 people were entertained by exhibits, videos and demonstrations by all of the suppliers.
Bradken fitted a Harmonise upper rigging cluster to a 8050 dragline machine at another Bowen Basin mine. The Harmonise upper hoist’s unique design will provide the site with greater productivity and reduced operating costs. For more information contact your local Bradken representative or visit http://groundengagingtools.com/harmonise/harmonise.html
Bradken is excited to exhibit at the 2016 Mine Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA this month. For more about Bradken go to www.bradken.com
Bradken is proud to be exhibiting at Mining World Central Asia from September 14 to 16. Come find us at Stand C175, Pavilion 9C.
CUSTOMER AND SUPPLIER ALERT! Bradken would like to alert its customers and suppliers that it has recently been the target of multiple fraud attempts with fake purchase orders being used to attempt to purchase digital storage equipment. For more information on this, click on the link below. http://bradken.com/documents/default-source/mc-media-releases/bradken-alert_fraudulent-purchase-orders_10082016.pdf?sfvrsn=0
Women in Industry Awards 2016
On Thursday 14 July Bradken attended the third annual Women in Industry Awards at the Showtime Events Centre, Melbourne in support of two of our brightest young female professionals nominated for awards in 2016. Metallurgist Rebecca O’Brien and Graduate Metallurgist Kimberly Workman were both selected as Finalists in the ‘Rising Star’ and ‘Excellence in Engineering’ categories along with a diverse range of other highly successful women across the mining, engineering, manufacturing, logistics and commercial road transport industries. Congratulations to our girls and to all the other Finalists and Winners from this years’ event. Bradken looks forward to returning in 2017 to showcase the achievements of more of our talented female employees.