|Closes||05:00pm Thursday, 27/10/22|
|Inspection||By Appointment. Contact Frank Lee 0411 649 601|
|Location||Pilbara Region- Karratha Complex- Brockman Mine Site & Paraburdoo Mine Site
Karratha, WA 6714
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Terex MT4400 AC & Terex MT4400 DC Mine Trucks Online Tender
SALE BY TENDER
Under instructions from the mining company concerned, surplus equipment located at various sites in Pilbara Region- Karratha Complex- Brockman Mine Site & Paraburdoo Mine Site:
Inspections will be by appointment only. Further inquiries please contact Frank Lee 0411649601, email email@example.com
GST Exclusive ( GST to be added to the final tender price ), 5% Buyers Premium
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF SALE
Inspections will be by Appointment only. For dates and site access, please contact Frank Lee, 0411649601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Site access restrictions apply.
Whilst on site, visitors will be required to have a short induction, and must then be accompanied at all times around the site by a representative from Rio Tinto Iron Ore.
Access to view the machines will be limited. Unless visitors hold the relevant HSE induction, Lock holders and Isolation Training for Rio Tinto there will be no access within the footprint of any machine.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Minimum standard for site visitors is HiVis collared shirt with sleeves, long trousers (jeans not permitted), Steel cap safety boots (High Ankle Lace Up Only), Medium Impact Safety Glasses and Hard Hat. These items must be worn at all times.
Visitors must supply their own Personal Protective Equipment.
Travelling to Sites
Those wishing to inspect the items will need to make their own travel arrangements to site.
As a requirement for the auction, the successful bidder must supply references and examples of previous projects, to ensure that Rio Tinto will have an accurate understanding of the buyers capabilities of ensuring the safe and timely removal of the equipment.
Removal of Equipment:
Removal of equipment must be completed by an approved RTIO vendor and in accordance with the Rio Tinto Iron Ore Australia Site Specific Terms attached on the web site www.auctions.com.au .
It remains at all times the responsibility of the purchaser to remove the equipment purchased from site. The purchaser will make their own arrangements for the collection of the equipment purchased from its present location.
Rio Tinto Iron Ore reserve the right to nominate preferred transport and dismantling contractor/s. For further information please contact Ross’s Auctioneers and Valuers.
Due to operational activities and availability of Rio Tinto Company Representatives, all items must be removed within 2 months of the auction closing date. Rio Tinto reserves the right to alter or change removal dates due to site operational activities.
Scope of Works:
A condition of sale will be the provision of a scope of works from the Buyer that will provide as a minimum the following information for the purchase of Heavy Mobile Equipment:
- Outline of loading activities including timings, proposed routes of travel, proposed use of contractors and conformance to Rio Tinto CMS.
· A detailed risk assessment and relevant JHA’s to be completed and distributed
- Broad safety analysis of the tasks required to load, transport and unload items purchased.
- All removals will be supervised by a Rio Tinto Company Representative
- All removals to be in accordance with the Rio Tinto Group “Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Management System” Site Specific Terms.