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Feedlot upgrade Awarded

28 June 2019

CEQ is extremely proud to announce its award of the Electrical upgrade works at JBS Riverina Feedlots.  Works include the construction of a new switchroom, supply and installation of new main switchboard, new electrical, controls and instrumentation cables and all associated peripherals. The project will introduce a brand new PLC and SCADA system for the operations of grain receival, feedlot milling and processing equipment, and removal of all aging and redundant cabling across the plant.

Located in central New South Wales, the feedlot has a carrying capacity of over 53,000 head of cattle, and is operational 365 days a year.  CEQ will work closely with JBS to ensure continuity of operations throughout the project, toward a completion prior to Christmas 2019.

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