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LC Engineering is committed to protecting privacy in accordance with the legal requirements for Australian businesses. Unless pages are protected by an SSL certificate (https address) to secure information transmitted to this site over the internet, there is a possibility that information could be accessed by a third party while in transit.

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When you visit this site, our web server logs the following information:

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    Email Addresses

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    External Links to Other Sites

    This site contains links to other sites. LC Engineering is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these external sites.


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    QLD Engineering Excellence Awards:
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    NASA researcher remotely controls Go 4 Mining scale test dragline machine from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston utilising research and technology developed by CSIRO. [More] [QLD Times Article]

    Kador Mine Water Tanker Features in Mining Chronicle

    Kador 150kL Mine Tanker

    The Mining Chronicle magazine featured an article in the November 2012 edition on the newly designed 150kL Water Tanks. [Read More] [Read Article]

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