Turner Mining Group Awarded 5-Year Mining Contract with Bayer

Turner Mining Group will provide a wide range of mining services for Bayer at its Soda Springs
facility. (Photo: Turner Mining Group)
Bayer awarded Turner Mining Group a 5-year mining contract for its facility in Soda Springs, Idaho. This strategic partnership represents a significant milestone for both companies, as it combines Turner Mining Group’s industry-leading safety and performance in mine services with Bayer’s commitment to sustainable and responsible resource management.

The contract, which was set to commence in January 2024, encompasses a wide range of mining services, including drilling, blasting, mining of ore and waste, over-the-road ore hauling, and material processing. Turner Mining Group said it will leverage its experience and expertise to ensure the efficient and environmentally responsible extraction of valuable resources.

“We are excited to enter into this strategic partnership with Turner Mining Group,” said James Kramer, procurement category manager at Bayer. “Their reputation for excellence in mine services aligns perfectly with Bayer’s commitment to sustainable resource management. This collaboration will not only enhance our operational efficiency but also contribute to our sustainability goals.”

Turner Mining Group is well known for its unwavering commitment to safety and performance. The company places a high priority on the safety of its employees and environmental protection, implementing strict safety protocols and investing in state-of-the-art equipment and technology to ensure safe and efficient mining operations.

“We are honored to be selected by Bayer for this long-term mining contract,” said Keaton Turner, president and CEO, Turner Mining Group. “This partnership represents a significant vote of confidence in our ability to deliver exceptional mining services while maintaining the highest safety standards. We look forward to supporting Bayer in achieving their objectives and advancing our shared commitment to sustainability.”

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