Epiroc has wrapped up its purchase of 53% of Australian mining communications firm Radlink, a deal it announced in September this year.
Based in Western Australia, Radlink “designs, delivers, and integrates wireless data and voice communication networks and supporting infrastructure to surface and underground mines throughout Australia”, according to Epiroc.
“Robust wireless networks are vital to support mining automation, including autonomous and teleremote solutions, which in turn strengthen safety and productivity,” the company said.
Radlink has about 330 employees and reportedly posted FY22 revenues of A$145 million.
Epiroc doesn’t have to disclose financial details of some transactions under European reporting regulations.