JSE-listed Murray & Roberts (M&R) has been awarded a further R3.7-billion in underground mining projects in the sub-Saharan African, North American and Australasian markets.
This follows the company’s announcement earlier this month that it had been awarded R3.8-billion in new underground mining projects, including diamond, gold, copper, salt and platinum mines, to be delivered over a period of two to three years.
The group has this year been awarded a total of R7.5-billion of mining project work, most of which is included in near orders as reported in the company’s December 2017 interim results.
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