Adani is host­ing brief­ing for lo­cals

The Observer - - NEWS -

ADANI’S Carmichael project is some­thing many peo­ple in Cen­tral Queens­land have been wait­ing for, how­ever the ques­tion has been what, if any, ben­e­fits there will be for Glad­stone.

Glad­stone Engi­neer­ing Al­liance’s Septem­ber 13 in­dus­try brief­ing will ad­dress those ques­tions.

Adani re­gional con­tent man­ager, Ben Hughes and Aus­tralian Busi­ness Con­sult­ing and So­lu­tions busi­ness ad­vi­sor Rod Mur­ray will be pre­sent­ing at the event.

Mr Hughes will speak about Adani's lo­cal con­tent plan and how lo­cal busi­ness can be­come ten­der ready for the Carmichael project.

Mr Mur­ray will be talk­ing about how busi­ness can de­velop bet­ter prac­tices and pro­vide in­for­ma­tion on en­ter­ing joint ven­tures and col­lab­o­rat­ing with other lo­cal busi­nesses to win larger ten­ders.

On Mon­day the In­dian com­pany an­nounced con­struc­tion would be­gin on the project in Oc­to­ber.

It will cost $40 for GEA mem­bers and $60 for non mem­bers to go to the event.

Phone the GEA on 4972 9060 for in­for­ma­tion.

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