Telecommunication and content provider, Swift Media, says it has signed three new contracts to provide fit for purpose entertainment systems at workforce accommodation villages, two of which are for mining clients.
The contracts come with a combined total contract value in excess of A$2 million ($1.23 million), according to the ASX-listed company.
Mineral Resources, which provides mining services to clients throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory, operates mine sites in the Pilbara and Goldfields regions of WA and ships product through Utah Point and Esperance, has appointed Swift for the provision of PayTV content and ad hoc support and maintenance services to five of its remote accommodation sites, Swift said.
Under a two-year agreement, Swift will provide content to rooms and wet mess areas to service the five remote sites, it explained.
Swift has also been granted a 12-month contract extension from Roy Hill, in Western Australia, where it will continue to provide communications and entertainment services to the Roy Hill iron ore mine village in Western Australia.
Roy Hill is an iron ore mining operation in the Pilbara. Located 340 km southeast of Port Hedland, it has an integrated mine, rail and port facilities and produces 55 Mt/y of iron ore, with approval to increase to 60 Mt/y.