NTC Contracting

Northern Transport Company (NTC) was established in 1950 by the McAullay family, initially as a road freight service in Onslow, Western Australia. Establishing a long term contract with the Onslow Salt Pty Ltd in 2001 changed the direction of Northern Transport Company, evolving into NTC Contracting.

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The primary purpose of NTC was in providing earth moving services to local mining industries operating around the Pilbara-Gascoyne region. Today, NTC now owns and operates a range of earthmoving equipment, with the support of haulage trucks, trailers and road trains.

NTC has developed a reputation in the area as a highly skilled and efficient earthmoving & civil construction business.

The company implement a fleet of modern, high standard equipment, each serviced by NTC fitters, highly skilled in their areas.

Equipment favoured by NTC includes Hitachi and Komatsu excavators, John Deere graders, a range of loaders, Rollers, Caterpillar Motorscrapers as well as a range of on road and off road trucks.

Projects range from $1000 to $10,000,000 in value, with each receiving the same level of specialist attention and service.

NTC have an extensive and high profile portfolio, including work for the Rio Tinto Railway Workers’ Camp at Mesa A. NTC were awarded the contract as a subcontractor for Metricon, with the project totalling $5.2 million.

Passionate about sustainable and environmentally sound projects, NTC manage a set of standards to ensure the development of smart, practical measures in reducing environmental impact.

NTC value the health and safety of their staff, knowing that they play a vital role in the future growth of the company. They place employee satisfaction and personal achievement at high importance.

Employees of NTC are all highly qualified professionals in their field, with all staff trained under the Quality Management Systems policy, to ensure the company maintains its objective of high quality service and value for money.

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