Barrooghumba WPH JV

Barrooghumba WPH JV is a fully incorporated 50:50 joint venture between Western Plant Hire (WA) Pty Ltd (WPH) and Nyiyaparli Engineering and Mine Maintenance Services (NEMMS).

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NEMMS was established in 2011 by Senior Nyiyaparli Traditional Owners from the East Pilbara Region of WA, primarily to capitalise on opportunities in the mining industry, for the benefit of all indigenous people. All three owners are Nyiyaparli people, and Bruce Bung is a recognised elder.

WPH partners with NEMMS to deliver proven project performance with a culturally and environmentally sensitive approach to business. Through close collaboration with traditional owners and their communities, Barrooghumba WPH JV is able to assist clients aiming to deliver opportunities to indigenous Australians.

Our vision is to turn Barrooghumba WPH JV into a leading, West Australian, Indigenous, solution-focused plant hire and fully maintained fleet provider. Our success will deliver value to all stakeholders, and enduring benefit to the community.

Barrooghumba WPH JV Directors meeting Andrew Forrest

Ngaliku WPH JV

We are a dependable and highly responsive supplier, satisfying clients’ requirements with innovative, timely and cost-effective solutions. At Ngaliku WPH JV we pride ourselves on delivering late model, low hour, reliable and high quality equipment, backed up by responsive and experienced maintenance and support.

Ngaliku WPH JV is a fully incorporated 50:50 joint venture between Western Plant Hire (WA) Pty Ltd and Menzies Mining Pty Ltd

Menzies Mining Pty Ltd was established in 2014 and is a 100% aboriginal owned company established to provide mining services to the Goldfields Esperance resources sector, to create employment and training opportunities for regional aboriginal communities. The Lynch family are Wongatha people and are traditional owners of the Nyalpa-Pirniku and Nangaanya-ku claimant areas in the Goldfields Esperance region. Aubrey Lynch is a well known and respected elder throughout the Goldfields, where his knowledge and experience is often called on by mining companies to assist with the development of projects, to mediate on various issues and to advise on cultural matters.

Ngaliku meaning, two of us, forms an opportunity for the two of us to work together to assist clients aiming to deliver opportunities to Indigenous Australians in the Goldfields region of Western Australia.

Our focus on the quality of our equipment and exceptional customer service is fundamental to the business – we strive to deliver value for money and reliable service to our clients whilst providing an avenue for indigenous people.

Ngaliku WPH JV Directors - Kalgoorlie
Isuzu 6 Wheel Service Truck - Ngaliku WPH JV