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Established in 1988 AusGroup Limited (AGC) operates in Australia and South East Asia, and is a subsidiary of AGC Industries, providing fabrication and construction services in the mining and oil and gas industries.

AusGroup's fabrication and manufacturing facilities located in Kwinana, WA is capable of fabricating up to 30,000 tonnes of steel products per annum. From iron ore rail cars , conveyors, stackers and reclaimers to pressure vessels and storage tanks.

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Level 2, 251 St Georges TcePerth WA 6000
Phone: 08 6210 4500 Fax: 08 6210 4501
agc-ausgroup.com

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