SUDBURY, Ontario (Jan. 19, 2011)—Fuller Industrial Corp. has won a multimillion dollar contracts to supply rubber-lined pipe and fittings and carbon steel for use in mining in Mongolia.
Fuller—according to a story posted on the company's website—beat out several competitors including some in China to supply nearly 3.7 miles of rubber-lined pipe and fittings for a massive concentrator being built in the Gobi desert for the Ivanhoe Mining/Rio Tinto Oyu Tolgoi project.
The Mongolian project is expected to be one of the largest copper and gold mines in the world. Construction began in 2010 and is scheduled to be concluded in 2013.
“Our fully integrated facility uses one-piece flow and the industry's best employees to provide a one- stop shop for the entire scope of work,” said Jeff Fuller, president of Fuller Industrial. “Our project management knowledge, along with the speed, quality and transparency that we can produce these spools is what separates us from our competition.”
Fuller has plants in Sudbury, Ontario, and Edmonton, Alberta.