Ausenco acquires QCC Resources 

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Brisbane, October 4.  Ausenco is pleased to announce its acquisition of QCC Resources, a leading coal process and materials handling service provider headquartered in the Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia. QCC is a globally recognised provider of coal handling and preparation plant (CHPP) design and construction services in Australia and key overseas markets, most notably Africa, Canada, Indonesia and Russia.  

The acquisition supports Ausenco’s position as a premier service provider to the Australian coal industry and will significantly increase the company’s capacity to deliver value-add, future-focused solutions for clients in the industry.      

Ausenco CEO Zimi Meka says: “At Ausenco, innovation is in our DNA and we are driven to always seek better solutions. Joining forces with QCC’s deeply experienced team will allow us to drive responsible, sustainable change in the coal industry. I look forward to working with our coal clients to deliver cost- effective solutions that reflect our commitment to having a positive impact on the communities and environments in which they operate.”   


About Ausenco 

Ausenco is a global company redefining what’s possible. Our team is based across 26 offices in 14 countries, with projects in over 80 locations worldwide. Combining our deep technical expertise with a 30-year track record, we deliver innovative, value-add consulting studies, project delivery, asset operations and maintenance solutions to the mining & metals, oil & gas and industrial sectors. We find a better way.

About QCC

Headquartered in the Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia, QCC is a leading provider of process and materials handling services for coal industry clients in Australia and abroad.  The company has assisted clients over the full project lifecycle from initial concept, prefeasibility and feasibility studies, to innovative CHPP plant design and EPC/M delivery, for over 33 years. QCC is committed to delivering Zero Harm, supporting the health and safety of its people and minimising impact on the environment. 

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Dany-May Klette