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Centurion chalks up contract and facilities gains

Major Pilbara contract renewal accompanies Kalgoorlie development


Major Western Australian logistics player Centurion has underscored recent company moves with a major contract renewal and a warehousing development.

On the former, it has secured a three-year extension to provide integrated logistics services for Citic Pacific Mining’s Sino Iron project in the Pilbara region. 

Centurion has been providing integrated logistics services – comprising line haul, regional transport services, and offsite receipting – to Citic for more than eight years.

The Sino Iron Project is located at Cape Preston in the Pilbara.

Centurion CEO Justin Cardaci points to the firm’s target of maintaining long-term relationships with clients.

“The extension of this contract is a great validation of the current quality and efficiency of Centurion’s integrated logistics offering,” Centurion CEO Justin Cardaci says.

“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.”

Citic’s support enables Centurion to continue its economic contribution to the Karratha region, including through building and sustaining long-term community partnerships, which Centurion values at more than $800 million over the last three years – directly and indirectly.

“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,” Cardaci says.

“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.”

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On the latter point, some 18 hours’ drive south, the company recently consolidated its Kalgoorlie presence.

“After some challenging months working amongst a construction site we have officially taken complete possession of our new Kalgoorlie facility [pictured below],” the company notes.

“The Bulk fleet has also rolled in, meaning finally all Kalgoorlie operations are now housed together.

“A big thanks to all involved over the last few months.

“We very much look forward to continuing to serve the Kalgoorlie community from our new and improved premises.”




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