NCIG Coal Export Terminal ( Newcastle, NSW, Australia - 2011-2013 )

Global Presence – Local Competence
Jotun was a supplier to both Stage 2 and 3 of the large NCIG project of Newcastle’s coal export terminal located at Kooragang Island.

The two stages included a number of material handling machines, a new wharf facility and thousands of tonnes of structural steel that was fabricated and painted in a number of countries.

To you as a customer, quality and consistency in products, service and technical support are of key importance – especially when a project is being fabricated in multiple locations around the world at the same time. Jotun’s global network and experience ensures that we are there to follow up the project from start to finish, whether it is through our presence and advice at the engineering stage, with technical support in the local fabrication yards or at the final construction site for touch up, repair and future maintenance advice. 

South Korea:
In Busan, a total of two stacker-reclaimers and one ship loader were fabricated and coated.

Bogies for the machinery were painted with BarrierJotamastic 87 and Hardtop Optima.

Structural steel including hopper bins, dump stations, galleries, platforms and general structural steel were manufactured and painted by a series of protective coating systems fit for purpose.
Wharf structure fabricated and painted in Indonesia using 66,000 litres of Jotacote UHB.

Thousands of conveyor idler frames manufactured in Dalian, China were painted using Penguard Special and Jotamastic 87.

In Australia, Jotun’s local team worked closely together with key stakeholders in the project to ensure a well-executed result, in addition to supplying paint on site for touch up and repair and to more than 30 fabricators and applicators across the country.

For a project like this it is important to be supported by a global supplier that can follow up on a project at all fabrication sites and deliver the same products, of the same high quality, together with technical support in all countries.
Bruce Anderson
Project Manager – NCIG CET Project
Aurecon Hatch