Programmed awarded two new contracts with BHP

Programmed is excited to announce a new arrangement with our long-term partner BHP to provide fleet maintenance services in both South Australia and Western Australia.

A team of 60 highly skilled trades people will provide mobile fleet maintenance and repair services at BHP’s Olympic Dam site in South Australia.

While over in the West, Programmed’s maintenance team will keep both surface and underground mining assets, such as dump trucks, diggers and other critical machinery at BHP’s Iron Ore and Nickel West sites running efficiently.

Asher Ryall, General Manager of the Industrial Maintenance division WA/SA/NT, will manage these new contracts. Asher says that this is an exciting win for Programmed.

“We are very pleased to expand our long-term, values driven relationship with BHP with the award of these contracts. Programmed has been a trusted supplier to BHP for over a decade, and the opportunity to now provide mobile plant maintenance across Olympic Dam, Nickel West and WAIO is a significant milestone for our business.

“Being awarded these contracts is a great achievement for Programmed and is a testament to the hard work and commitment of all our staff. These contracts bring together our vision to diversify our services while building on our positive culture and strong customer relationships.

“We look forward to working closely with all stakeholders to ensure a smooth transition and will begin recruiting skilled workers to help us carry out this exciting new work.”


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