Trends in the mining industry mean the viability of resource projects requires robust export infrastructure and reduced operational costs. So irrespective of the extent or state of the infrastructure, mining companies need to undertake significant up-front capital investment before they can build or expand their mines and transport their products. Alex’s presentation will focus on export infrastructure development for coal and will cover:
Effective coordination and logistics planning between parties
Structuring and organising for an efficient supply chain
Minimising capital expenditure through collaboration
Collaboration versus single user control
The Mining Export Infrastructure conference will focus on strategies to minimise new infrastructure costs, but more importantly, optimise current supply and logistics chains. It will take place at the Traders Hotel, in Brisbane, from 4 - 7 March 2013.
Aurecon has a proven history in pit to port infrastructure, with global expertise in the planning, design and construction management of world-class material handling facilities and supporting infrastructure.
Supply chain optimisation in a multi-user environment Presented by: Alex Pey
Conference day two: Wednesday 6 March 2013 at 15:50
Alex will also join a panel discussion at 16:30 on Wednesday 6 March 2013 to discuss how the mining industry can promote streamlining of its supply chain.
Alex has a long history in railway accounting and railway economics. He has an expert understanding of coal rail development in Queensland and the coal logistics chain. He was the author of QR’s Coal Rail Infrastructure Master Plan, which contemplates development and growth of the QR coal rail network. Alex has considerable experience in planning, designing and costing rail logistics supply chains. His expertise also spans rail economics, rail access pricing and cost modelling.