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With the help of some cutting edge "mixed reality" technology from Microsoft, the BHP team working out of our Innovation Centre Lab at the Perth Repair Centre are able to remotely assist technical teams from 1,300km away. The team are now looking at how this technology can be used across BHP.
AIE is a small engineering business based in Port Hedland, and part of BHP’s Local Buying Program.
Meet Alyce, Dallas and Kalari from iCutter Industries, which provides mining exploration and drilling expertise to our Queensland Coal business. Joining BHP's Local Buying Program in 2018 has helped iCutter expand and hire extra staff.
BHP’s Local Buying Program has reached more than A$500 million in approved spend since its launch in 2012. In that time, the program has worked with over 1,450 local businesses, on over 36,000 work packages, with an average payment period of just 13 days.
BHP has partnered with Austmine to launch the BHP Supplier Innovation Program across Australia.
BHP has agreed to acquire the Honeymoon Well Nickel Project comprising the Honeymoon Well development project and a 50 per cent interest in the Albion Downs North and Jericho exploration joint ventures from MPI Nickel Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Norilsk Nickel Australian Holdings BV.
BHP has announced that it will spend up to $20 million over the next five years to help establish the West End of Port Hedland as a vibrant commercial and community hub.
BHP has announced, through its Vital Resources Fund, support to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service in Northern New South Wales, by funding the provision of new emergency equipment and PPE.
At 17, Tom Stolberg, son of Edan Stolberg, GM South Walker Creek Mine, has been to Silicon Valley twice, started his own business, helped protect his local community during COVID-19 and shown his dad just how important it is to back local business.
Meet Carly Chamberlain, the Kokatha Charitable Trust Secretariat Administrator, from the not-for-profit Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation (KAC) team in South Australia. With support from BHP’s Vital Resources Fund, KAC were able to equip the team with new iPhones and iPads to help them work from home and facilitate virtual meetings.