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Downer EDI Limited (DOW)
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General Overview

About Downer

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Downer is a leading provider of services to customers in markets including Transportation, Mining, Energy and Industrial Engineering, Utilities, Communications and Facilities.

Downer is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and employs about 20,000 people.

They operate primarily in Australia and New Zealand but also in the Asia-Pacific region, South America and Southern Africa.

At Downer, customers are at the heart of everything they do. It is their relationships with them that enable them to deliver shared success. By truly understanding and predicting their needs, they bring world leading ideas to transform possibilities into reality.

It’s the trusted relationships they build with their customers, colleagues and communities that allow us to create and sustain their modern environment.

Company History

1863

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John Walker & Co established

1870

Public Works Department (NZ) established

1898

Clyde Engineering established

1911

Evans Deakin Industries (EDI) established

1922

Roche Bros established

1933

Downer & Co established

1954

Merger with William Cable Holdings

1964

Merger with A&G Price to form Cable Price Downer

1994

Merger with HK based Paul Y.ITC

1996

Acquire Works Civil Construction (NZ)

1997

Acquire Roche Bros

1998

List on ASX

1999

Acquire Technic Group

2000

Acquire Bitumix

2001

Merger with Evans Deakin Industries

2003/2004

Acquire Stork, Snowden, QCC

2006

Acquire Emoleum

2008

Acquire Excell Corporation

2014

Acquire Tenix

Expertise

At Downer, they support their customers through the life of their assets - from initial feasibility and design through to production and operations and eventual decommissioning.

They build strong relationships of trust with their customers, truly understanding and predicting their needs and bringing them world leading insights and solutions.

They aim to employ the best people and bring thought leadership to each stage of the asset lifecycle as they support their customers to plan, create and sustain.

What They Do

Downer is a leading provider of services to customers in markets including Transportation, Mining, Energy and Industrial Engineering, Utilities, Communications and Facilities.


Services

Roads

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Downer offers one of the largest non-government owned road infrastructure services businesses in Australia and New Zealand, maintaining more than 40,000 kilometres of road in Australia and more than 32,000 kilometres in New Zealand.

Their customers include all of Australia’s State road authorities, the New Zealand Transport Agency and the majority of local government councils and authorities in both countries.

They continuously invest in innovation to ensure they remain at the forefront of their industry and offer their customers road network infrastructure management and maintenance solutions which optimise value in the provision of services to their customers.

Over the past few decades, the road asset market has evolved from pure road maintenance activity to intelligence led network management, including Smart Motorways. Downer has remained a leader in both Australia and New Zealand because they not only deliver a broad range of tailored pavement treatments and traffic control services, they also provide high level capabilities in strategic and tactical asset management, network planning, and intelligent transport systems.

Downer continues to invest in state-of-the-art technology, for example asphalt plants that use more recycled products and substantially less energy. They have also formed strategic partnerships to meet the changing needs of their customers and markets (for example the DownerMouchel joint venture).

Downer is a leading manufacturer and supplier of bitumen based products, providing their customers with asphalt, blended binders and emulsion products. They also provide expert services and advice in soil and pavement stabilisation, pressure injection stabilisation, pavement recycling, pavement profiling and asset management.

Rail

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Downer has over 100 years’ experience delivering total rail asset solutions for their customers, employing more than 1,400 people at approximately 20 sites across Australia.

Through their partnerships with the world’s leading technology companies they can offer a complete range of rail solutions in rolling stock and infrastructure. They offer technology and process led innovation and maintenance solutions bringing increased availability, improved reliability and reduced costs.

They help their customers to ensure they get the most out of their investment in rail assets and their through-life-support service includes a 24 hour Fleet Control Centre. They provide complete inventory and logistics management expertise, reducing inventory and maximising DIFOT (Delivered In-Full, On-Time).

They not only partner with the world’s leading technology companies, they  develop their own technology to ensure they are bringing the best technical and process innovation solution to serve the needs of their customers.

Their Customers Become Their Partners

They pride themselves on ensuring their customers are at the centre of everything they do every day. They actively listen to understand how they can help their customers help their customers be successful. They hear the challenges they face and therefore deliver effective through-life-support with a commitment to ongoing innovation solutions. They use technology to reliably and safely extend maintenance cycles and increase the times trains spend in service. A successful partnership challenges us all to ensure their customers get the most out of their investment in rail assets.

Passenger Rolling Stock

They leverage their Australian and international supply chain to design and then source or manufacture best-in-class passenger trains tailored to meet our customers’ passenger transport and safety needs.

They pride themselves on their capacity to build relationships with customers and deliver effective through-life-support. They are committed to innovation and use technology to reliably and safely extend maintenance cycles and increase the times trains spend in service.

Downer has delivered more than 1,150 passenger cars to Australian customers including 624 Waratah passenger cars to Sydney Trains, Australia’s largest ever rolling stock project.

Freight Rolling Stock

They work with Electro-Motive- Diesel (EMD) and Progress Rail Services (PRS) to design and develop current and next generation diesel-electric freight locomotives from state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in North America. The locomotives are then customised, tested and commissioned by Downer, EMD and PRS in Australia.

They offer freight customers expert, reliable through-life-support at maintenance facilities in key strategic rail locations across Australia. The accessibility of these facilities, coupled with condition-based monitoring expertise, keeps locomotives in service longer for their customers.

The Fleet Control Centre is a 24 hour one-stop-shop providing technical support, fleet planning and asset management services for Downer’s key rail customers. A stand-out feature is the GPS tracking device which tracks and pinpoints the location of customers’ rolling stock throughout Australia.

Joint Ventures

They have formed strategic joint ventures with some of the world’s leading technology and knowledge providers, for example:

  • the Downer Bombardier joint venture supplies passenger trains for Queensland Rail and the Public Transport Authority (PTA) of Western Australia and provides maintenance services for all of PTA’s metropolitan fleet; and
  • their partnership with CNR, CRC and Hyundai Rotem includes the supply of electric multiple units and electric and diesel tilt trains.

Light Rail and Buses

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Downer’s light rail and bus expertise is delivered through Keolis Downer, a joint venture between Keolis, a global public passenger transport operator, and Downer.

Keolis Downer is Australia’s largest operator and maintainer of light rail, operating and maintaining the world’s largest light rail network, Yarra Trams in Melbourne, as well as G:Link, the Gold Coast light rail.

Through these contracts, Keolis Downer provides transport services to more than 190 million people per year.

In March 2015, Keolis Downer acquired Australian Transit Enterprises (ATE), one of Australia’s leading bus operators with operations in South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland. Founded in 1974 as a family business, ATE has grown to operate over 930 buses on about 90 long-term regular route services.

Following the acquisition of ATE, Keolis Downer is Australia’s largest private provider of multi-modal public transport.

Keolis Downer continues to consider new opportunities in both Australia and New Zealand.

Airports and Ports

Airports

Their comprehensive range of capabilities enables them to provide airport customers with integrated service delivery – from pavement construction, facilities maintenance and communications technologies to open space and asset management. Customers can have confidence that they will consistently provide high quality outcomes and efficiencies across a wide range of airport infrastructure.

They specialise in turnkey solutions for electrical and communication systems. These can be delivered for new facilities or an upgrade of existing airport facilities.

They also offer whole of life asset solutions for critical infrastructure such as roads, rail lines, carparks and grounds which support airport sites.

They continually develop improved maintenance methodologies to minimise cost and prolong asset life. Their research and development in pavement and surface science ensures they are at the forefront of new technologies and solutions.

Downer’s understanding and experience of airport works, in both civil and defence installations, has been accumulated over decades of successful project deliveries in various locations in a supportive business environment where best practice is discussed and cascaded through their specialist airfield teams.

Ports

Downer offers turnkey electrical and communication systems for the expansion or upgrade of port facilities as well as whole-of-life asset solutions for critical infrastructure such as roads, rail lines, car-parks and grounds which support and connect port sites.

Their expertise also includes construction and maintenance of wharves and marine structures.

Mining

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Downer’s Mining division has been successfully delivering contract mining and civil earthmoving services to an impressive list of global clients for over 90 years. It is now one of Australia’s leading diversified mining contractors, with around 3,500 employees working across more than 50 sites in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, South America and Southern Africa.

They support their coal and metalliferous mining clients at all stages of the mining lifecycle, with a wide range of services including:

  • Open cut mining
  • Underground mining
  • Blasting services (through their subsidiary Downer Blasting Services), including explosives manufacture and supply
  • Exploration drilling
  • Crushing
  • Tyre management (through their subsidiary Otraco International)
  • Mobile plant maintenance
  • Mine planning and design
  • Construction of mine-related infrastructure
  • ReGen: rehabilitation and mine closure services
  • Indigenous training and development

Their current customer base comprises a mix of local and international clients, including: Anglo American, AngloGold Ashanti, BHP Billiton, BMA Coal, Codelco, CrocGold, Debswana Diamond Company, EnergyAustralia, Fortescue Metals Group, Idemitsu Australia Resources, Jellinbah Group, Karara Mining, MMG, Newcrest, Ok Tedi Mining, Peabody Energy, Rio Tinto, Solid Energy, Stanwell Corporation, Swakop Uranium and Yancoal Australia.

While they pride themselves on the excellence of their work, they recognise that it is also their industry-leading approach to sustainable development that gives us a competitive edge. For us, sustainable development means having an unwavering focus on Zero Harm and a commitment to environmental sustainability, as well as being a valued member of the minerals industry and of the communities in which we operate.

Asset Management - Mining

Decades of experience of owning and operating one of the country’s largest and most diverse fleets – including some of the biggest and best mobile plant in the Australian mining industry – enable Downer Mining to offer full maintenance solutions that are second to none.

By actively monitoring and employing advance in equipment technology and operating and maintenance practices, they can provide their clients with maximum reliability and the lowest-cost solution to their mining requirements. Their strong, cooperative relationships with OEMs mean that they always have access to the latest equipment and information.

Consistent, safe and effective equipment performance is ensured through their centralised plant management system and the use of AMT, the world’s leading asset management software for mining equipment.

Construction of Mine-Related Infrastructure

As part of their mining service offering, they have the capability to provide a total project management service for the engineering design, procurement and construction management of mine-site infrastructure projects, ranging from workshops, site offices and wash-down bays to haul roads and water-management systems.

Managed by personnel with a wealth of experience in both the mining and civil construction industries, we are able to offer turn-key solutions on both greenfield and brownfield projects, and efficiently manage subcontractors for specialist work using their own proven systems and controls.

The role they would typically undertake on a civil project includes:

  • Management of engineering design and documentation for civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and hydraulic works
  • Procurement of materials and equipment using the extensive resources available to Downer Group companies
  • Construction activities, including civil earthworks, services installation, foundation and concrete works, erection of structures, and installation of internal building services
  • Final commissioning of facilities and equipment for handover to the client
Crushing

They provide comprehensive, end-to-end materials-handling and processing support to the mining and construction industries. Their extensive range of services includes:

  • Design, construction, operation and maintenance of crushing and screening plants
  • Operation and maintenance of client-owned assets
  • Supply of construction materials, including rail ballast, road-base, sub-base, aggregates, stemming and various engineered fill material
  • Load and haul options
  • Materials handling and stockpiling
  • Process improvement and optimisation
  • Quarrying
  • Run-of-mine (ROM) pad management
  • Provision of asset management services, including fixed and mobile plant maintenance
Downer Blasting Services (DBS)

DBS is one of the largest blasting services providers in the Australian mining industry. It provides innovative blasting solutions to over 20 projects across Australia, with a fleet of over 50 Mobile Processing Units, four state-of-the-art emulsion-manufacturing facilities and a 300-strong workforce.

For over a decade DBS has gone the Extra Mile to provide a flexible, collaborative and pioneering blasting service to its impressive list of major resources sector customers. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Downer Mining, it has the backing and scale of a leading mining services company, but the personal touch of a smaller one.

From working closely with its customers to understand their business drivers and developing detailed blast designs for every new project, to individually configuring each service truck to meet specific user needs, DBS aims to provide flexible and tailored solutions in each and every situation.

DBS integrates innovative products and services with engineering expertise and advanced technology to provide its clients with optimal and cost-effective solutions to their individual blasting challenges. With the capacity and licensing to produce, store and transport emulsion, DBS is able to combine overseas equipment technology with Australian innovation to develop specialised products to meet specific requirements.

DBS’s capabilities include:

  • Down-the-hole and total loading services
  • Bulk explosives supply and delivery
  • Accessories supply and delivery
  • Shotfiring services
  • Multiple emulsion manufacturing facilities
  • Blast management services (technical support)
  • Trained and competent personnel
  • Extensive fleet of MPUs.
Exploration Drilling

They have been providing exploration drilling services in Papua New Guinea since 2003. Their key capabilities include:

  • Exploration, resource and de-watering hole drilling
  • Underground diamond drilling
  • Flexible drill fleet – underground, in-pit, heli-portable
  • Drill rig maintenance
  • International cultural awareness
Indigenous Training and Development

Indigenous affairs is a vital part of the mining industry. As their clients increasingly seek to enhance workforce diversity, they are able to provide them with an industry-leading approach to indigenous recruitment and development.

A unique feature of their indigenous development methodology is a strong focus on mainstreaming people into “real jobs”. Underpinned by structured training and supported by line management, their indigenous recruits are part of the line structure from commencement. This supports the view that separating indigenous workers from the mainstream workforce disadvantages them in the long term. Managing diversity is a skill required by managers and supervisors, and they provide the necessary training and development to enable their leaders to achieve this.

Mine Planning and Design

Supporting their site-based engineers are Estimating and Engineering teams situated in their Brisbane and Perth offices. These teams strategically evaluate the needs of operations and clients to determine the best outcomes for the project. With many years of experience in mine planning and operations in both hard rock and coal mining, these teams provide expertise in:

  • Mine design
  • Mine scheduling
  • Survey control
  • Machine guidance support
  • Mine feasibility studies

The technical support provided to their mine sites includes short-, medium- and long-term mine planning. Short-term planning is usually completed on site by the site mining engineers. In conjunction with the Base Cost Estimate Mine Plan, consideration is given to the level of mine planning required on site based on:

  • Quantities
  • Contract requirements
  • Geology of deposit
  • Site planning requirements

Medium-to long-term planning is generally completed by the Estimating and Engineering teams. All operations have different needs, and this is taken into account in the allocation of resources.

To assist with mine planning and design, they use external professional software packages, including Vulcan, XPAC, Spry and Deswik. In addition, they also use haulage optimiser software, such as their in-house program HaulGen, which has been developed to interface with XPAC and Vulcan.

These programs are used to model different options for waste and coal haulage for varying mine schedules. The haulage optimisers provide a visual display of all of the haul profiles generated from the schedule.

They work with clients from project commencement to develop mine plans that optimise pit design and maximise production.

Open Cut Mining

As one of Australia’s largest open cut mining service contractors, Downer Mining offers an enviable range of capabilities and nine decades of experience. They have worked in a wide range of commodities, including gold, base metals, iron ore and coal, at projects in Australia and overseas.

Backed by a large fleet of leading open cut mining equipment, including ultra-class excavators and trucks, they have both the gear and experience to deliver industry-leading services.

They pride themselves on their people and the diverse skills they bring to their projects. Their strong safety and training focus works in parallel with creativity, innovation and hard work to provide optimal solutions to their clients. Their project managers and on-site operations can depend on the full support of their centralised plant management, engineering, training, and health, safety and environment teams, as well as technical and support personnel.

They operate under a range of contract styles, from traditional Schedule of Rates contracts through to full Alliance-style contracts. They work collaboratively with their clients to tailor contracts to meet their needs and are committed to achieving the best outcomes for their projects. They have a proven history of strong client relationships resulting in repeat business from satisfied clients.

ReGen

ReGen offers complete solutions for mine closure and mine site rehabilitation, as well as progressive rehabilitation and standalone water infrastructure and management.

Their team’s wealth of experience in mining, rehabilitation and mine closure means that we can work hand in hand with their clients to understand their business drivers, and tailor each unique mine rehabilitation program to meet specific sustainability and post-mining land use criteria.

Although there are a number of companies that offer services for certain aspects of mine rehabilitation and closure, ReGen is a rarity in that it offers the complete suite of requirements: design, bulk earthworks, civil capacity, revegetation, and monitoring and maintenance. Working with ReGen means that mine owners looking for mining rehabilitation expertise need therefore only engage with a single business – and one that has the cost-effectiveness, efficiency and low-risk profile of a Tier 1 mining contractor.

Their extensive range of capabilities includes:

  • Providing all components of a mine closure plan, including landform design, progressive mine rehabilitation, waste rock or spoil management, and water-management structures, to a standard that meets regulatory requirements, corporate and industry standards, and aligns with environmental and stakeholder aspirations and values
  • Bulk earthworks, including landform profiling, tailings storage facility decommissioning and closure, leveraging Downer Mining’s cost-effective earthmoving capability and track record
  • Civil capacity, including topsoil handling and placement, ripping, final grade profiling, water-management structure construction and erosion mitigation structures, such as rock armouring
  • Revegetation of native ecosystems or other agreed post-mining land use using seeds or seedlings, including soil preparation and amelioration requirements, such as fertilisers
  • Post-closure management and maintenance, such as weed control, erosion repairs and landform/ecosystem monitoring, to meet post-mining criteria and stability.

In addition to its own dedicated plant and specialised equipment, ReGen has access to Downer Mining’s extensive plant inventory and equipment maintenance capability, ensuring that cost-effective, reliable equipment is used in all mine rehabilitation projects. In addition, Downer Mining’s wide geographic spread provides ReGen with the ability to service clients in all areas of Australia, including the Pilbara, Bowen Basin, Hunter Valley and the Goldfields.

The availability of a range of contract styles also means that clients derive maximum value from their project.

Underground Mining

They have a highly skilled and experienced hard rock underground mining team that understands the unique nature of the industry. From existing brownfield projects to remote greenfield developments, they have the expertise and equipment to deliver all types of hard rock underground operations.

They work collaboratively with their clients to extract the maximum value from their resource by developing creative and innovative solutions to everyday issues. Fundamental to this approach is building robust, long-term, trusting relationships, as well as flexibility in our contractual arrangements. We therefore offer our clients a range of delivery models, including Alliance partnering, schedule of rates, fixed and variable, and cost-reimbursable contract styles.

Oil, Gas and Industrial Plants

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They support their customers’ oil, gas and mineral processing operations through:

  • Engineering, procurement and construction management;
  • Partnering on long-term maintenance contracts; and
  • Plant turnarounds and shutdowns.

They work with their customers to manage greenfield and brownfield projects of all sizes and structures, including those in remote locations. Their expertise in multiple disciplines allows them to provide customers with a single solution for complex engineering projects. Their plant construction capabilities include civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation. Their balance of plant capabilities extend to roads, camps, civil works, water treatment, communications and power.

Downer has developed systems and expertise to manage the maintenance and modification of production facilities while they are operational or during planned shutdown periods, providing their customers with maximum uptime and minimal downtime.

Downer recognises the time and costs associated with process plant shutdowns, so they have developed systems to manage the resources and equipment to complete the work safely and economically. Our methodology, supported by best practice, identifies the basic principles of a shutdown, turnaround or outage and can be delivered either as a standalone service or as part of a long term maintenance program.

Importantly, Downer’s methodology and associated processes are designed to fit within their customers’ existing asset management strategies.

Power and Gas Transmission and Distribution

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Downer offers customers a wide range of services including planning, designing, constructing, operating, maintaining, managing and decommissioning power and gas network assets.

Their collaborative approach has made Downer a benchmark end-to-end service provider to owners of utility assets.

Over the past three years, Downer has erected over 1,000 steel lattice transmission towers. We have designed and built over 100 substations and, every year, we connect 35,000 new power and gas customers. We also maintain over 62,000 kilometres of electricity and gas networks across more than 115,000 square kilometres.

They consider their customers ‘partners’ and work closely with them to understand the pressures they face from their customers, industry regulators and shareholders to provide reliable, efficient and safe levels of service.

They aim to innovate in all that they do. For example, by introducing ‘Clock Spring’ wrapping they can repair their customers’ gas transmission pipelines more efficiently, without shutdown or “hotwork”. Also, their field mobility solutions benefit customers by achieving improved response times and a higher level of service for their customers.

Water

DOWDowner provides complete water lifecycle solutions for municipal and industrial water users. Their expertise includes:

  • Waste and waste water treatment;
  • Pumping and water transfer;
  • Desalination and water re-use; and
  • Abstraction and dewatering.

They support their customers across the full asset lifecycle from the conceptual development of a project through design, construction, commissioning and optimisation. They also operate and maintain treatment, storage, pump station and network assets.

Their ability to self-perform mechanical and electrical, controls and instrumentation works is complemented by their manufacturing capability for switchboards and precision pressure vessels. Their technical capability includes innovative pipe-bursting and micro-tunnelling techniques which minimise surface disruption and project costs, benefiting local communities and the environment.

They aim to build long-term relationships with their customers and suppliers. Together, they identify and implement new, cleaner technologies that also deliver efficiency and value for money over the life of their customers’ infrastructure assets.

Renewable Energy

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Downer is one of Australia’s largest and most experienced providers in the renewable energy market. They offer their customers design, build and maintenance services for:

  • Wind farms and wind turbine sites;
  • Landfill methane generation plants;
  • Sugar cane waste (Bagasse) fired cogeneration plants; and
  • Other biomass fired cogeneration plants.

They offer the services required for the entire asset life-cycle including procurement, assembly, construction and commissioning.

Communications

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Downer offers end-to-end critical infrastructure management solutions to customers in the communications industry in both Australia and New Zealand. Their expertise in the pre-feasibility and design phases of the life cycle provides their customers with a high level of assurance and reduces strategic uncertainty at the beginning of the investment process.

Their comprehensive project and program management capability is supported by their superior mechanical, electrical and technical capabilities. This allows them to deliver projects safely, cost effectively and on time. Downer offers an integrated civil construction, fibre, copper and radio network deployment capability throughout Australia and New Zealand.

They manage and deliver remedial works and proactive maintenance. Their approach is centred on reducing the risk associated with disruption to asset operations and working towards improving asset performance in order to ensure equipment meets its life cycle expectations.

They are able to manage a widely distributed and substantial trade workforce, providing customers with confidence when they deal directly with their customers. Their people demonstrate daily the commitment they have to their customers and the communities they work in. They listen, understand and partner with each stakeholder to ensure all parties’ interests are considered.

Buildings and Facilities

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Their building and facilities management expertise spans the full life cycle of services, including:

  • Project management;
  • Construction;
  • Operations and maintenance;
  • Asset management; and
  • Asset renewal.

They have proven capability in providing fully-integrated facilities maintenance services, offering access to a specialist team with an in-depth understanding of the challenges involved in maintaining infrastructure of various types and age over multiple locations.

Their customers benefit from their extensive geographical presence, ability to deliver diverse maintenance services and asset management capability. They provide maintenance engineering services on a 24 x 7 basis to facilities including mission critical Data Centres, residential and commercial buildings and retail outlets.

They work with their customers to develop and implement long term maintenance plans that optimise maintenance requirements and integrate with their asset strategies and systems.


Subsidaries

Otraco International

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Otraco International (Otraco) is the world leader in off-the-road (OTR) tyre management. Their credentials are based on a proven ability to deliver maximum value for their clients’ operations by reducing tyre operating costs, increasing productivity and enhancing safety.

They are a truly global company, with over 40 tyre management service contracts in Australia, New Zealand, South America, Southern Africa and Asia. Their clients include Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Anglo American , Debswana, Codelco, Fortescue Metals, BMA Coal, Newcrest, Newmont, Barrick and Peabody Energy.

They work with the world’s leading mining businesses at both site and head office levels – helping them reap the multiple benefits of excellence in tyre management.

Otraco International Pty Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Downer EDI Mining, a member company of the international engineering and infrastructure management services group, Downer Group.

Downer Blasting Services (DBS)

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DBS is one of the largest blasting contractors in the Australian mining industry. They provide blasting and explosives services to projects right across Australia, with a fleet of over 50 explosives delivery systems, four state-of-the-art emulsion-manufacturing facilities and a 250-strong workforce.

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Downer Mining, they have the backing and capability of a leading mining services company, but the personal touch of a smaller one. From working closely with their clients to understand their business drivers and developing detailed blast designs for every new project, to individually configuring each service truck to meet specific user needs, they aim to provide tailored solutions in each and every situation.

They integrate innovative blasting services and products with engineering expertise and advanced technology to provide their clients with optimal and cost-effective solutions to their individual blasting challenges. With the capacity and licensing to produce, store and transport emulsion, they are able to combine overseas equipment technology with Australian innovation to develop specialised products to meet specific customer requirements.

Mineral Technologies

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Recognised as a leader in mineral separation and processing solutions worldwide, Mineral Technologies delivers a comprehensive range of separation equipment, processing plants and services that extract maximum value from customers’ mineral assets.

Their teams provide processing expertise to enable customers to improve current processing operations and extract maximum value as well as the establishment of new process plants and expansions.

From metallurgical test work through plant design, equipment supply and commissioning, (as well as optimisation services to ensure ongoing operational success), we provide customers with confidence in achieving best project NPV.

QCC Resources

QCC Resources is a leading minerals process engineering and project delivery business that delivers solutions for customers across Australia, New Zealand, China, Canada, Indonesia, South Africa, Canada and Russia.

Their solutions incorporate all stages of the project lifecycle from initial concept, prefeasibility and feasibility studies, to innovative Coal Handling and Preparation Plant (CHPP) design and EPC/M delivery. They also provide strategic consulting services, working with their customers to optimise financial returns and maintain efficient operations for their projects.


Price History

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Dividend Information

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Share Statistics

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Common Shareholders Shares Outstanding Shares Issued Float
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Valuation Ratios

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  Price to Sales Price to Tangible Book Price to Free Cash Flow per Share Price to Cash Flow per Share Price to Book
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Financial Strength Ratios

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  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
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Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

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Growth Ratios

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Forecast Ratios

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Financial Reports

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Contact Info

Downer EDI Limited

Level 2
39 Delhi Road
North Ryde, NSW
AU Australia, 2113

Phone: +61 2 9468 9700
Fax: +61 2 9813 8915
Email: info@downergroup.com
Website: http://www.downergroup.com

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Share Registry

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Phone: +61 3 9415 5000
Fax: +61 3 9473 2500
Email: investor.relations@computershare.com.au
Website: http://www.computershare.com/

452 Johnston Street
Abbotsford, VIC
AU Australia, 3067


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