News

  • Diversity and inclusion
    We believe in the strong, diverse and inclusive culture of our team. Our Port Hedland team recently reported on their committment to diversity.
  • Driving productivity at Ceduna
    The Ceduna operation has taken delivery of three new Twin-Steer prime movers for the haulage of heavy mineral concentrate on the 550-kilometre round trip from the Iluka resources JA mine to the Port of Thevenard.
  • Kalari and HSE merge
    John Swire & Sons Pty, Kalari and HSE Mining’s parent company, today announced the merger of the two companies, effective immediately.
  • Kalari Driver Application
    Kalari recently introduced their Driver Application, designed to allow truck drivers to monitor their own performance and simplify the sharing of information.
  • Kalari expanding into Olympic Dam
    Kalari was recently awarded an important project with BHP Billiton (BHPB), involving haulage of key commodities to BHPB’s Olympic Dam site, located 560 kilometres north of Adelaide, South Australia.
  • Kalari recognised for continuous improvement to safety
    Kalari is committed to providing a safe and incident free workplace. We are continually working to eliminate hazards and recognise fatigue as being an important area of focus.
  • LoadSMART
  • New Kalari depot officially opened in Moranbah, Queensland
    On Wednesday 27 August Swire subsidiary Kalari officially opened its new depot in Moranbah, Queensland.
  • Operation Outback
    Clinton Luckett hails from an area of Australia where Indigenous culture still thrives. His role as Operations Supervisor at Kalari brings together his heritage and professional skills.
  • Port Augusta workshop upgrade
    Following the successful mobilisation of the BHP Olympic Dam project, upgrades to the new Port Augusta depot are well underway.
  • R U OK?
    R U OK? is a mental health initiative in Australia that began in 2009 and is now a national day dedicated to suicide prevention.
  • Safety Best Practice
    At the 2016 Kalari Safety Summit, 11 groups from around the country presented their Safety Best Practices, ranging from training, to equipment, to systems.
  • Seeing Machines
  • Volunteer firefighter Nick Ferguson
    Earlier this year Australia experienced its worst bushfire season to date. The amount of lives, homes and wildlife lost and injured was unprecedented.