Maca’s Limited [ASX:MLD] share price has turned around today, after having a steady decline over the past eight months.
The company is a mining/civil construction company offering contract mining, civil earthworks, crushing and screening, and material haulage solutions to the mining industry throughout Australia.
The share price is up 8.70% for the day.
Contracts share benefiting price
Maca has picked up a trio of contracts or extensions at Western Australian mining projects.
The company received a $12 million variation to a bulk earthworks contract with the Gruyere gold joint venture between Gold Fields and Gold Road Resources.
Maca’s contract at the Eastern Goldfields project has also been extended to October this year.
A great result for the company that has potentially got investors jumping to buy the stock.
The company was originally named as the contractor for the bulk earthworks package in April 2017.
Since then, the stock has declined quite significantly, but the company is hoping to turn things around with these latest contracts.
Further contracts signed
Maca was recently awarded a $6 million structural, mechanical and piping contract by AngloGold Ashanti.
The contract will employ 25 employees and is hoping to help grow the company’s position in the mining sector.
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