Alfabs Group have aligned with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, donating $10,000 from the hire of RIZZO.
The Alfabs Group Mining Division have just received their latest machine in its hire fleet which will be going onto long term hire with South32 at their Dendrobium Mine site.
The machine is the Torque Titan 10T Loader, and in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Alfabs have decided to paint it pink. Fittingly named RIZZO, it is one of the latest, innovative designs to hit the mining industry, incorporating the latest and greatest technologies.
“It will be the flagship of our fleet and highly recognisable, the first of many Titans coming to NSW. We have named many pieces of equipment, but with RIZZO we decided to take her that one step further,” said Alfabs Sales and Marketing Coordinator Jessica Reeve.
The ‘Titan’ is a leader in Underground Utility Vehicles, using new technology and logic. The Explosion Protected Diesel Engine System has low diesel particulates and gaseous emissions. All this whilst reducing the overall life running costs and increasing utilisation and availability.
With their head office based in Kurri Kurri NSW and additional branches in Unanderra NSW and Mackay QLD, Alfabs has a long history of supporting worthy causes like The Westpac Rescue Helicopter, MS and The Cancer Council, and The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is no exception.
Alfabs Group have always been community focused and committed to charities, holding different events and being involved in fundraising activities and sponsorships. “One we had not yet touched on was the National Breast Cancer Foundation,” Jessica said.
“1 in 7 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime and it touches on so many of us in different ways, whether it be a relative, friend or a friend of a friend.”
The NBCF receives no government funding to support their game-changing Breast Cancer research and Alfabs are proud to donate $10,000and paint RIZZO pink in support of the worthy cause. It’s support like this that allows the NBCF to continue.