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CR Attends Worthy Parts Kalgoorlie Mining Expo

CR Worthy Parts Expo Kalgoorlie

CQMS Razer exhibited recently at the Worthy Parts Kalgoorlie Mining Expo, held 2 and 3 December.

The first mining expo held in the Goldfields region of WA in more than five years. It generated much interest in the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie.

From Sunday the town was abuzz with excitement as the team rolled into town and when the doors opened on Monday, the team was ready to talk to the many visitors who wanted to know more about our Productivity Technology, and the solutions that we deliver to the processing and mining extraction industry.

Through those discussions, we spoke about how CR specialise in designing and delivering wear packages to suit any specific application, from Iron Ore haul truck trays, fully fabricated structures, such as chutes, hoppers, bins, screens, tray liners, and processing plant wear protection.

After a successful two days, the team is already thinking of the next event where they can demonstrate further, the value and service that CR products can deliver.

MACA Ride to Conquer Cancer


On the 13th and 14th of October, two CR Employees took action and joined the MACA Ride to Conquer Cancer bike ride. The ride, done over two days, travels 200km through Perth’s countryside. It was a fundraising crusade that demonstrated each rider’s willingness to help Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research move closer to their vision of conquering cancer.

One of our staff shared his story of the two-day event.

The ride went very well from my perspective. It was a great event, incredibly well organised and best of all for a great cause of raising money for the Harry Perkins Institute. Over 800 riders attended the event over the two days and raised over $4.1m in total. I managed to keep up with John for approximately 60% of the first day, but then he took off! The weather was kind for the first day however things started to get a little dicey while camping in Mandurah (the halfway point).

Maca put together a fantastic reception for all riders in Mandurah. John and I took the opportunity to catch up with some familiar faces within the organisation and meet a few new folks. It was fantastic to see the sheer number of people committed to the cause, which came to light during the dinner ceremony/speeches.

After quite an emotional evening, the physicality of the day took its toll, and I was asleep by 8:30 pm (until the thunderstorm almost ripped my tent off the ground).

The second day added a mental component to the challenge as I was not sure if my legs were going to stay strong for the remainder of the ride. The course took us close to the coast where cross-winds put the bikes on a tilt and some over entirely.

After two days and 200km, jumping back in the saddle was certainly worth it at the finishing line.

Well Done to all the riders! CQMS Razer was glad to support the cause.


drag socket before and after

You know your workmanship is high quality when a competitor doesn’t believe that a refurbished drag socket is 8-years-old, insisting ‘They’re brand new, there is no welding on them, nothing repaired looks that good.’  CR has been servicing the Mining, and Manufacturing Industries for 40 years, and are committed to delivering quality products. For ‘like new’ repair work and or heavy fabrication, check out our site capabilities for our Tomago branch, download our brochure here
Tomago Capabilities


CQMS Razer is pushing the boundaries of productivity with the Titan™ system. This video showcases how the mining information technology solution could benefit your mine site.



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The very first CR Hurricane™ (CQ108) was a 46m class dragline bucket.  CQ108 went to dig in 2007 at South Walker Creek Mine located in the Bowen Basin. This Hurricane™ is still digging and still hitting production targets today.


Dragline CQ173 was bright blue, 45 tonne and a visible reminder for prostate cancer awareness. This is Bengalla’s eye catching Hurricane™ dragline bucket. In 2011, Bengalla was digging deep to fight cancer and support Cancer Council NSW. This Hurricane™ is still digging and hitting production targets today.

CR’s 2017 Christmas and New Year Shutdown Period

The shutdown period is intended to provide everyone with an opportunity to take a well-earned break after a busy year, recharge, reflect on our success and enjoy time with family and friends.

We recognise that as we have grown globally we have a more diverse team and customer base and this year’s shutdowns have been set to reflect local customs and customer requirements in the different regions that we operate in.

The last business operating day for ALL will be Friday 22 December 2017.

Site Last Day First Day Back
Tomago, NSW 22 December 2017 8 January 2018
Perth, WA 22 December 2017 8 January 2018
Brisbane, Goodna, Qld 22 December 2017 8 January 2018
Mackay, QLD 22 December 2017 8 January 2018
Sydney, NSW 22 December 2017 8 January 2018
Maryborough, QLD 22 December 2017 2 January 2018
USARussiaSouth AmericaSouth AfricaCanadaMexico 22 December 2017 2 January 2018



Bucket of Support

We recently completed a Dragline Bucket for Bengalla Mine which included a custom paint job to support their involvement with Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service, in the Hunter Valley. The Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service provides support to over 1500 jobs each year, and your donation helps support the local community with a free service. Donate today to help your community.

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The new Titan 3620 G.E.T Productivity Optimisation System can help optimise your mine site through its advanced technology capabilities including;
– G.E.T viewing and detection capability through scanning and alert functionality
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– Ability to optimise G.E.T to help reduce cost and maximise productivity
– Built to supports Face Shovel Operators
Visit our website today to learn about how you can optimise your mine site.