Our Tasmanian Electro Metallurgical Company (TEMCO) operation produces ferromanganese, used for steel making, which is exported to customers in Asia and North America, as well as steel producers in Australia and New Zealand.
For more than half a century TEMCO has been processing manganese at its alloy plant in northern Tasmania.
Over time the company has seen many changes as technology has advanced, improving our performance by making our furnaces operate at higher loads.
TEMCO uses ore shipped from our Groote Eylandt Mining Company operations in the Northern Territory and produces ferromanganese, which is used in the making of steel. Most of the alloy produced is exported to customers in Asia and North America, with the remaining sold to steel producers in Australia and New Zealand.
Andrew Taylor from TEMCO, was awarded a national Emergency Services Medal as part of Australia Day Honours.See case study
TEMCO in nothern Tasmania is near the town of George Town, and we're proud to be a part of the local community and play our part in generating positive change through university bursaries and scholarships.
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Get in touch with TEMCO
Anna May has more than 17 years’ experience in mining and processing in South Africa, having worked for Anglo Platinum, BHP Billiton and South32. Anna May started her career as a process metallurgist and has gone on to hold large production roles at our Metalloys smelter, as well as roles in Business Improvement and Logistics. Most recently, Anna May was project director for mine closures in Africa. Anna May holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration.
Phone: +61 7476 92243