18.09.2012 FLSmidth strengthens Customer Services footprint in Australia

FLSmidth has signed an agreement to acquire the two Australian service companies MIE Enterprises Pty Ltd. and Mayer Bulk Pty Ltd. The parties have agreed not to disclose the value of the transactions. The two acquisitions will complement FLSmidth's regional Customer Services set-up with a highly skilled workforce and full-service capabilities. The key markets of the two companies are currently the Australian and South East Asian mining industries. MIE Enterprises Pty Ltd. and Mayer Bulk Pty Ltd. provide construction, commissioning, maintenance and repair services. MIE Enterprises Pty Ltd. serves the market for specialised mechanical services of high technical complexity, while Mayer Bulk Pty Ltd.'s specialist expertise is centred on the design of mobile machines, cranes and material handling structures.


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