These awards recognise excellence amongst the Rio Tinto Iron Ore group’s strategic suppliers, and the program focuses on working collaboratively to improve the value of the relationships for each party. From thousands of suppliers to Rio Tinto’s Iron Ore group, less than 100 were selected to participate in the 2009 Supplier Recognition Program, which involves formal evaluation of supplier performance over a 12 month period.

“This is a significant achievement for us”, said Assetivity Director, Sandy Dunn. “It shows that the quality of the Maintenance and Asset Management consulting services that we provide are of the highest calibre, and recognises the significant contribution that Assetivity has made in assisting Rio Tinto’s Iron Ore group to improve throughput at its Dampier ports in 2009. We highly value the strong relationships that we have with Rio Tinto’s Iron Ore group personnel at all levels and look forward to contributing further to the Iron Ore group’s success in years to come.”

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