EMS Group is a finalist in the 2018 NSW Mining Industry and Supplier Awards’ Outstanding Supplier category.
The awards recognise excellence within the NSW mining industry and mining supply chain and acknowledge the significant role that mining plays in NSW, especially its economic contribution.
EMS Group is based in Dubbo, New South Wales, and a major regional employer.
The privately-owned company was established in 2010 and has grown from a single tradesman offering mechanic services to mining operations within a 300km radius of Dubbo, to a 200+ team delivering a range of people and equipment solutions to mining industry and major infrastructure projects across Australia.
EMS Group Director, Tom Cavanagh, said it’s a continued growth story for the company in 2018.
“As nationwide demand continues to grow, so too does our team, our facilities, and our capacity,” he said.
“We’ve made some bold moves and sizeable investments over the past year so that EMS Group is in the best position to support our clients and the continued growth of Australia.
“We recently opened a new office and workshop at Orange and employed several local staff to complement our Dubbo headquarters and presence in Sydney and Perth.”
Tom said EMS Group is 100% committed to delivering the very best value solutions to its clients, because “their success is our success”.
“Thinking outside the box is one way we’re able to achieve such great results for our clients,” he said.
“We are agile and responsive; supported by process but not constricted by it. Rather than “off-the-shelf” options, we tailor our solutions to best meet the needs of each client and customer. We focus on relationships and genuinely want to see our clients succeed.”
EMS Group offers a comprehensive suite of skilled labour, parts, electrical engineering, mechanical repair services, and arguably Australia’s largest range of underground mining equipment.
The winners of the 2018 NSW Mining Industry and Supplier Awards will be announced at the Annual Awards and Gala Night at Parliament House in Sydney on Thursday, 15 March 2018.