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MineSite Security Innovations

WA , 6030
P: 1300 543 211 M: 0433 653 333 F: ( 08 ) 9562 5401


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Security Services | Electronic Security

MineSite Security Innovations (MSI) are based in Western Australia and are providing professional and innovative mine site security solutions and prevention systems and products.

Specialising in Forensic, conventional, covert and overt security systems.

MSI have implemented security for mining company Barrick Gold at their Granny Smith and Kanowna Bell mines.

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WA 6030


PO Box 2567
Clarkson WA 6030


Phone 1300 543 211 Mobile0433 653 333FAX( 08 ) 9562 5401WebsiteWebsite



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