H-E Parts International (H-E Parts) announced today that they have been awarded a three-year contract with Roy Hill, which includes a two-year extension based on performance. The contract is to supply rotable transfer chutes, liners and refurbishment services to Roy Hill Holdings (Roy Hill) Pilbara mine site and port facility in Western Australia. The contract will be managed by H-E Parts Crushing Solutions division and incorporates rotable services and the supply of H-E Parts renowned ProTech™ wear products offering. This includes a full range of overlay wear plate, Q&T wear plate, NiHard and ceramic liners, all of which can be customized to suit any application.

Gordon Fogwill, Crushing Solutions General Manager stated that “the Crushing Solutions division is renowned for their ability to extend and optimize mineral processing systems through consistent product performance and innovative product advancements”.

Fogwill further commented that “it is through demonstrated service delivery, continuous improvement and engineering that contracts like these are being awarded”. Barry Fitzgerald, Roy Hill CEO commented that “H-E Parts International Crushing Solutions Pty Ltd was selected by Roy Hill because they offer value for money, valuable experience with transfer chute refurbishments, focus on sourcing the best value materials, and have a track record in continuously improving the service life of our transfer chutes. Roy Hill looks forward to partnering with HE Parts to keep building on these foundations.”

H-E Parts’ capability to provide innovative solutions and specialized proprietary modeling software such as ChuteVision™ has allowed H-E Parts to provide wear simulation, benchmarking, performance monitoring and estimates to deliver further improvements and value-add to our clients. H-E Parts believes that the partnership of the proven ProTech™ wear liner range, combined with in-house engineering, service support and proprietary software, will provide a flexible cost-effective, long-term minerals processing solution for Roy Hill and look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship.