Keeping pace

February 2007
BRW;2/1/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p67
Trade Publication
The article reports on the activities of major mining services and technology companies in Australia. Explosives and chemicals company Orica has acquired the international assets of rival Dyna Nobel in 2005. Engineering construction firm Ausenco went public in June 2006, raising $25.9 million. Mining consulting and software firm Runge welcomed AMP Capital as an investor in 2005.


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