News

  • Continuous improvement leads to best practice
    Across the global group, Swire businesses seek to exchange ideas, learn from each other, share solutions to common problems and inspire new thinking.
  • Cutting emissions with the help of the Swire Sustainability Fund
    The logistics industry is resource intensive and potentially has a major impact on our environment. Over the years, Swire subsidiary Kalari has invested in technology and infrastructure to minimise this impact.
  • Diversity and inclusion
    We believe in the strong, diverse and inclusive culture of our team. Our Port Hedland team recently reported on their committment to diversity.
  • Diversity at HSE Mining
    HSE Mining is committed to equality in the workplace and with the mining sector’s average female demographic at just 8.9 per cent, there is a great need for improvement.
  • Driver Safety System fatigue monitoring
    HSE Mining recently conducted a trial of Driver Safety System (DSS) fatigue monitoring on four haul trucks at South Walker Creek Mine.
  • Driving productivity at Ceduna
    The Ceduna operation has taken delivery of three new Twin-Steer prime movers for the haulage of heavy mineral concentrate on the 550-kilometre round trip from the Iluka resources JA mine to the Port of Thevenard.
  • International Women’s Day Awards
    Congratulations to Karen Nye on being first runner up in the Operator/Trades Person of the Year category at the QRC/WIMARQ International Women’s Day Breakfast and Resources Awards for Women.
  • Kalari and HSE merge
    John Swire & Sons Pty, Kalari and HSE Mining’s parent company, today announced the merger of the two companies, effective immediately.
  • Kalari Driver Application
    The Kalari division of Swire MLI recently introduced their Driver Application, designed to allow truck drivers to monitor their own performance and simplify the sharing of information.
  • Kalari recognised for continuous improvement to safety
    Kalari is committed to providing a safe and incident free workplace. We are continually working to eliminate hazards and recognise fatigue as being an important area of focus.
  • Kui Downs driving productivity
    Kui Downs is unlike any other HSE Mining premise. Positioned among thousands of acres of grazing fields is a large workshop with some idle equipment, spares and parts.
  • Making lasting connections
    The AIEF Mentor Program pairs students with volunteers from AIEF’s corporate partners and aims to create structured, trusting relationships that will support students through school and beyond.
  • New excavator for South Walker Creek
    This machine is a Hitachi EX5600-6 hydraulic excavator in a back-hoe configuration capable of lifting around 34 cubic meters of material in a single pass.
  • New Kalari depot officially opened in Moranbah, Queensland
    On Wednesday 27 August Swire subsidiary Kalari officially opened its new depot in Moranbah, Queensland.
  • Operation Outback
    Clinton Luckett hails from an area of Australia where Indigenous culture still thrives. His role as Operations Supervisor at Kalari brings together his heritage and professional skills.
  • Peak Downs recruitment drive
    HSE Mining is dedicated to building a strong and permanent workforce and is currently focused on establishing a directly employed workforce at their Peak Downs project.
  • Port Augusta workshop upgrade
    Following the successful mobilisation of the BHP Olympic Dam project, upgrades to the new Port Augusta depot are well underway.
  • QLD Resources Council Indigenous awards
    HSE Mining was proud to be a sponsor at this years' QLD Resources Council Indigenous Awards which were held on Monday 30th May.
  • Queensland Mining Contractor Awards
    HSE Mining is extremely proud to advise it has been selected as a finalist for the Queensland Mining Contractor Awards.
  • R U OK?
    R U OK? is a mental health initiative in Australia that began in 2009 and is now a national day dedicated to suicide prevention.
  • Safety Best Practice at Kalari
    At the 2016 Kalari Safety Summit, 11 groups from around the country presented their Safety Best Practices, ranging from training, to equipment, to systems.
  • Two centuries of endeavour
    The year 2016 marks two significant milestones for Swire: it is the group’s 200th anniversary and it is also 150 years since Swire first opened an office in China.
  • Volunteer firefighter Nick Ferguson
    Earlier this year Australia experienced its worst bushfire season to date. The amount of lives, homes and wildlife lost and injured was unprecedented.