Saunders International announces AUD24m worth contracts in Australia


Saunders International Limited, an Australian engineering and construction company, has bagged AUD 24 million worth contracts across the group.

The new projects it has won include designing and constructing a new unleaded petrol tank in Queensland, refurbishment of a fuel terminal tank in New South Wales, shutdown and refurbishment works of a paper mill in Victoria, and refurbishment works for a refinery tank refurbishment in Queensland.

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Saunders International also won contracts for designing and constructing three bridges in New South Wales, fabricating and supplying Super T’s and precast components in the same state, and design and integration of monitoring and control systems, which is also in New South Wales.

Apart from these, Saunders International is said to be in final contractual talks for an additional five contracts worth AUD 29 million.

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Mark Benson — Saunders International CEO said: “It is pleasing to see our record levels of tender activity being converted into new projects wins and we expect to see this continue through FY23. These projects will increase orderbook acrossall our diversified services.”

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