Arrium Mining has grown from humble beginnings to become the fourth largest exporter of iron ore in Australia. The Arrium Mining business consists of two primary operating locations -- the Middleback Ranges near Whyalla and our Southern Iron operations near Coober Pedy -- both of which are located in South Australia. Export sales have significantly ramped up in recent years, climbing from about one million tonnes per year in 2007 to a run rate of about 12 million tonnes per year in 2013. To find out more, please visit: www.arrium.com Video produced by: Arrium Mining and MAV Media Copyright 2013
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Welcome to OneSteel Whyalla Steelworks, an Arrium Company. OneSteel is Australia's only manufacturer of steel long products and the country's leading steel distributor and reinforcing steel supplier. This video gives the viewer a good insight into the history of the Whyalla Steelworks and steel making processes. Produced by OneSteel Whyalla Steelworks and MAV Media.
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Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Video 2:17 Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns Video 2:17 Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns Video 2:17 Arrium loss sparks Whyalla job concerns
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Website: http://takeonevideo.com.au/ This video was created by Take One Productions in conjunction with Arrium Mining. Produced and Edited by Take One Productions. All rights are reserved to Take One Productions Music: Purchased by Take One supplied by Audio Network
Our latest Common Sense Investing video... NEWS TOPIC: Explaining why Arrium has gone into Voluntary Administration and the lessons to be learnt including being wary of debt. Interested in learning a little more? Download your FREE Superannuation Cheat Sheet: Five proven ways to protect your retirement and investment income http://bit.ly/SuperCS Download your FREE Home Loan Nightmares eBook: Five things the bank doesn't want you to know! http://bit.ly/HLNeBook Or contact us by visiting http://www.meritumfg.com.au/ or by calling 03 5382 3460. Meritum Financial Group 24A Darlot Street HORSHAM VICTORIA AUSTRALIA Advice Disclaimer Any advice that is given by the speakers at our meeting today has been prepared without considering your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. So, before you act on the advice you should think about whether the advice suits your objectives, financial situation or needs. If the advice relates to acquiring a financial product you should obtain a copy of the Product Disclosure Statement for that product and consider it before making a decision. This presentation has been prepared by Robert Goudie Financial Advisers Pty Ltd (ABN 86 564 945 042), authorised representative of Meritum Financial Group Pty Ltd (AFSL no 245 569). If you require advice which takes into account your objectives, financial situation and needs you should speak to a financial adviser.
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OneSteel and Arrium Mining’s commitment to continual safety improvement is setting the benchmark across the entire Arrium business, with numerous Whyalla-based initiatives and contractors recognised at the 2015 Arrium Safety Awards.
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Arrium (ARI) has reported a net loss after tax of $1,918m, which includes previously announced asset impairments of $1,653m and restructuring costs of $146m. For more Reporting Season coverage, please visit https://www.commsec.com.au/reportingseason
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Electrical safety begins at home! Many of us underestimate just how dangerous electricity can be. This is evident in the fact that 20 people die in Australia every year from electrocution…..75% of these are non-electrical people. On top of this, over 600 people are hospitalised every year due to electrical injury. Again, mostly non-electricians. This video is aimed at making people think twice about the choices they make in relation to electrical safety and how those choices could impact on their friends and family. The common electrical hazards that cause these incidents can be present not only at work, but also in the home. The good news is that we can manage these hazards well by following some simple guidelines, which this video will take you through. Shot in Whyalla, South Australia, by Arrium Mining and OneSteel, the video features actual employees demonstrating the vital importance of electrical safety both at work and home.
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INSIGHT: Sanjeev Gupta has given a fascinating look into the first year of the Gupta Family Group Alliance's ownership of the Whyalla steelworks and associated mines. The GFG Alliance executive chairman talks about milestones already achieved, plans for the future and his vision to turn Whyalla into a city even more people want to live and work in
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SCOTT MORRISON SPEAKING IN WHYALLA, ABOUT WHYALLA STEEL WORKS 1OTH DEC 2018, SCOTT MORRISON WAS SPEAKING FROM A ALREADY MADE STATEMENT, NOT SPEAKING FROM THE HEART & WITH PASSION , LIKE BILL SHORTEN DID TODAY ALSO SPEAKING IN WHYALLA TODAY, BILL SHORTEN SPEAKING FROM THE HEART & WITH PASSION , PICK THE DiFFERENCE FROM BILL SHORTEN SPEECH & SCOTT MORRISON SPEECH, KEEP YOUR EYES OUT FOR THE FLYS IN THE VIDEO
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7/06/2016 8,100 jobs are at risk across Australia as Arrium steelmaker goes into administration. Immediate threat is to 3,000 workers in Whyalla, South Australia.
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Save Point Lowly demonstrators protest at the the "Gowth at all costs" mining conference at the Middleback Theatre in Whyalla South Australia. Protestors want the Point Lowly peninsula left as a pristine environment for recreation, tourism and for future generations. They are resisting the the South Australian governments push to turn the area into an industrial wasteland. Report from Central GTS BKN News on the 4th of December 2009
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Re-commencing mining at Iron Knob, South Australia. The first blast at the Iron Princess Mine. Just before the blast occurred a storm came through - terrible weather conditions - visibility extremely poor - but we managed to shoot usable footage.
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Footage from the OneSteel Whyalla Steelworks of Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis' announcement regarding the formation of a Steel Taskforce aimed at giving local industry every chance to thrive.
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Re-commencing mining at Iron Knob, South Australia. The first blast at the Iron Princess Mine (with additional gopro footage). Just before the blast occurred a storm came through - terrible weather conditions - visibility extremely poor - but we managed to shoot usable footage.
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Interviews with SA Treasurer, Tom Koutsantonis; KordaMentha Partner, Mark Mentha; and Member for Giles, Eddie Hughes.
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On 1st September 2017 the former Arrium Mining and OneSteel businesses became part of the GFG Alliance family under the new names of SIMEC Mining and Liberty OneSteel. This video recaps the handover ceremonies that took place across various sites in Australia as the businesses embarked on a brand new and exciting journey. One that will shape their futures and Australia’s!
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The once booming steel town of Whyalla in South Australia, was on the verge of becoming a ghost town until all of is steel workers took the drastic and brave step of accepting a 10 per cent pay cut to make the lifeblood of their town attractive to a new buyer. They then caught the eye of a innovative British billionaire Sunjeev Gupta. For more from ABC News, click here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/ Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/abcnews Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/abcnews.au Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ab.co/1svxLVE Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/abcnews_au
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13/04/2016 SABRA LANE: What will the Government say to the Chinese leadership about the dumping of cheap Chinese steel on the Australian market? STEVE CIOBO: You know, it's a very interesting question, Sabra, and the reason being because Australia obviously is a very significant iron ore exporter. If you look at the value of Australian iron ore exports to China, it's around $38 billion. We've got about 43,000 people that are employed in the iron ore sector, that are producing this iron ore which in large part is being sold to China for the manufacturing of steel. So it's 43,000 Australians who are working in iron ore exports which are really materially benefitting from China's production of steel. Now, that is in no way, shape or form to erode the very real challenge that faces a company like Arrium. But the most important thing that the Australian Government can do for a steel manufacturer like Arrium is: make sure that they are competitive as possible.
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