Good progress has been made with the access road project, which has been financedby Cliff’s Mining, says Ravensdown WA Operations Manager Rob Hilliam.
“The bridge spanning the rail crossing is near completion and the authorities haveagreed to the second phase of the Esperance Project related to better access to thesite. Special attention was given to the process of exiting the site to ensure safetyof the customers.”
The next phase will improve traffic flow into and from the site as well as improvingtraffic patterns within the site.
“It will also be more customer friendly,” Rob says. “The changes remove the dangersof parking alongside the road prior to entering the site and also gives the truckdrivers a safe parking area before leaving the site, not to mention improving theoverall appearance of the Ravensdown site.”
Despite many areas having a wetter season that in the past, our products have handled the extra moisture well, according to Ravensdown customers in the central wheat belt.
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