Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
I am extremely pleased to announce that COR Cooling has recently celebrated a significant safety milestone in achieving “Three Years” Lost Time Injury Free.
This achievement includes all of COR’s six locations across Australia making this even more significant given some locations have now reached in excess of “Seven Years” Lost Time Injury Free.
COR Cooling operate across six locations in all major mining regions of Australia and this important milestone has been achieved through its ongoing belief and dedication towards its Zero Harm culture.
Safety has become our number one priority and it is paramount to the way we operate on a day to day basis. The company’s focus on safety aims to ensure the highest level of compliance throughout all its sites across Australia and that each and every person can go home after work free from injury.
Of course statistics are not what guides our culture, we know statistics only tell the story after the event. Instead we are guided by our values and our cultural beliefs and we believe in Zero Harm. We have put into place robust and fully accredited international standards and systems in both safety and quality processes that have been invaluable and we have seen a huge team effort with tremendous buy- in from all our managers and employees and I congratulate our entire team at COR in reaching this wonderful milestone.
Chief Executive Officer
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Acquisition continues the expansion of H-E Parts International full service aftermarket portfolio
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA – May 18, 2016 – H-E Parts International, a global leader in the manufacturing, servicing and marketing of aftermarket parts and components for mining, crushing and heavy construction equipment, announces the acquisition of Brisbane, Australia – based COR Cooling Pty. Ltd., Australia’s leading independent radiator remanufacturer. COR maintains a network of five branches strategically located throughout Australia’s major mining regions. With state-of-the-art facilities and processes, COR Cooling adds critical expertise, technologies and services to H-E Parts global aftermarket parts and support offering.
“COR Cooling further expands our truck and dozer fleet offerings in Australia and is a natural fit with our existing product lines.” says Steve McBrayer, CEO of H-E Parts. “COR Cooling shares our commitment to quality and customer service and we are thrilled to add them to the H-E Parts family. We believe that the combination of H-E Parts and COR Cooling will resonate with our customers”
Ian Olivieri, COO Australia for H-E Parts, says, “The addition of COR Cooling and their expertise in heat exchanger technology fits perfectly with our strategy of being able to offer a wider range of component rebuilds to the mining industry. In conjunction with our existing drive line, suspension and wheel end capabilities, we are continuing to expand our range of services and anticipate further announcements in the near future. We look forward to working with the COR Cooling team and further enhancing the products and services on offer.”
COR Cooling CEO, Warren Arthur said, “We are very pleased to be part of the HE Parts group in Australia. COR Cooling is a natural fit with HE Parts and we have many synergies that will provide opportunities to further strengthen our market positioning and deliver increased value for customers. COR’s unique range of products, services and capabilities will add value to HE Parts impressive network of capabilities, whilst we will continue to lead the way in heat exchanger technology.”
About H-E Parts International
H-E Parts International has grown to become the largest independent global supplier of aftermarket parts, components and solutions for the mining, heavy construction and energy sectors. H-E Parts is the result of the combination of several highly successful and complementary aftermarket parts and service companies, able to leverage each other’s technologies and customers on a global basis.
About COR Cooling Pty. Ltd.
COR Cooling remanufactures and repairs large capacity radiators used in mobile mining fleets and other industrial applications. COR Cooling utilizes state of the art technology throughout its five-branch network. The company is staffed by a team of highly trained technicians.
Media and industry inquiries regarding the acquisition of COR Cooling Pty. Ltd. should be directed to James Burris at email@example.com.
Friday, December 18, 2015
I think it’s important that we use this time of year to reflect back on what has been achieved during the year at COR Cooling as a group and as individuals. I must say that it gives me great pride in the knowledge that COR has made a number of significant achievements throughout the year.
There is no doubt that our team is one of our greatest strengths as an organisation, along with our culture. We talk a lot about our values and how we can make a difference and how we can add real value to our customers. It is really important that we continually recognise and appreciate that it is indeed our own people and their skills and attitudes that make us who we are and therefore separates us from the crowd; we simply get on with it. We have a great culture and a great team of people at COR and I really appreciate the ongoing support, the hard work and the commitment that every person has shown during the last 12 months.
This commitment has enabled COR to continue to develop and continue to move forward in very challenging times. I am particularly proud of our achievements in safety. In 2015 COR has achieved 1000 Days Lost Time Injury Free across all divisions Australia wide. COR and its management was also recently recognised by the Western Australian Government when our Branch Manager in Kalgoorlie, Lloyd Needham received the “Individual Commitment to Safety Award” for 2015. Our safety track record over the past three years is among the best in the industry and recognition of this nature confirms we are on the right track. It takes a huge commitment to reach these sorts of milestones and I thank all our managers for their ongoing commitment to our safety values.
This year, COR has also been successful in winning a number of significant service agreement contracts with major mining companies in various states. In Western Australia, COR recently won a major five year service contract with one the world’s largest mining companies servicing their entire HME fleet operating at all sites in the iron ore sector of WA. COR was recognised as being the most capable of providing all the services required and was able to demonstrate the greatest value to the client following a lengthy and very detailed process. During this time, COR’s facilities were also audited and visited on numerous occasions and our accreditations and standards in safety, quality and the environment were well recognised. COR also won a significant tender for a similar services agreement in the Hunter Valley earlier in the year. I would like to acknowledge and thank our very loyal and supportive customers all around Australia for the way they have allowed COR to engage with them and to be able to collaborate and find real value in what COR has to offer.
Overall it has been a busy and very productive year for the COR group. We have celebrated and recognised individual achievements of our staff, our business and our milestones and we are optimistic about the future. We have much to look forward to so keep an eye on our web site and social media for further exciting news and announcements to come in 2016. We have a number of existing projects, new products and more major contracts to come early in the year and we are working on these in the background whilst our people continue to strive to exceed our customers’ expectations and help them achieve their goals. I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and safe, happy and prosperous New Year.
Chief Executive officer
Friday, October 30, 2015
COR Cooling, leading national cooling and heat exchange solutions provider, is proud to announce the receipt of a prestigious safety award by one of its team members.
Lloyd Needham, manager of COR Cooling’s Kalgoorlie Branch, has been recognised by the West Australian Government’s Department of Commerce in the 2015 Work Safety Awards. These awards recognise outstanding occupational safety and health management, solutions and innovation in the workplace that reduce the risk of work-related injury and disease.
Presented by The Hon Michael Mischin, MLC, Minister for Commerce and Attorney General of WA, Lloyd Needham received the award for the best individual contribution to safety and health by an OSH Manager or person with formal OSH responsibilities.
COR Cooling CEO Warren Arthur said, “We congratulate Lloyd and his team in Kalgoorlie on winning this award. Having one of our managers formally recognised for their commitment and contribution to safety is very satisfying and confirms we are doing things well and that we are on the right track.”
“We at COR Cooling are all very proud of this award. It recognises that COR Cooling, its management and staff are committed to a safer workplace and that we understand the level of leadership that is required in order to achieve our goals of Zero Harm in the workplace”, Mr Arthur said.
COR Cooling’s Kalgoorlie branch has recently reached a major milestone of seven years without a lost time injury. In addition, COR Cooling has recently reached 1000 days Lost Time Injury (LTI) free across its entire Australian operations in all locations.
COR Cooling is a national service provider and manufacturer of industrial cooling and heat transfer equipment, working closely with some of the world’s largest companies in the mining, marine and transport sectors. For more information visit www.corcooling.com.au.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Market leading industrial cooling and heat exchange solutions supplier COR Cooling is relocating its New South Wales based operations to Rutherford during June/July 2015.
COR’s current operations located in Thornton and Singleton in the Hunter Valley will be consolidated into a single, larger and more efficient hub central to both operations. This will provide a more consolidated range of services to COR’s valued customers in the Hunter Valley Region and broader NSW market.
COR Cooling’s CEO, Warren Arthur said, “Relocating to a new larger facility will enable us to provide increased capabilities, better use of our resources and enhance the level of service we can provide to our valued customers in the region.”
“Bringing our two locations together in the Hunter Valley makes sense and will allow us to provide greater value by combining all our resources in the one location and those benefits can be passed onto our customers in terms of savings, response times and efficiencies”
“Our new Rutherford facility is easily accessible in an industrial park with wide roads and excellent delivery capacity for large trucks. It has a fully equipped modern workshop including a 10 tonne overhead crane with larger hard stand areas and wash bays that will provide improved equipment handling and it will further enhance our commitment to quality and safety, said Mr Arthur.”
COR Cooling’s new Rutherford facility is located at 15 Bradmill Avenue, Rutherford, NSW.
If you have any enquiries regarding this announcement, please contact Warren Arthur on 07 3390 8190
As a national service and solutions provider of industrial cooling and heat transfer equipment, COR Cooling is a market leader working closely with some of the world’s largest companies in the mining, marine, transport and associated industries. For more information visit www.corcooling.com.au.
COR Colling’s new facility in Rutherford
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Please view the first issue of the Austin Engineering Group Magazine to read the articles about COR Cooling and more.Download the magazine here
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
We have released a new Whitepaper revealing the cooling system solution for mining machinery.
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Friday, May 2, 2014
We have released a new Whitepaper revealing the cooling system solution for off-road equipment with tier 3 and 4 motors which keep overheating.
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