RCR enters shutdown field

WA engineering company RCR Tomlinson has acquired a 60 per cent share in a new company, Premium Workforce, to supply

shutdown maintenance and labour hire services throughout the state.

The acquisition was essentially of client and contract labour databases and requires RCR Tomlinson to provide certain guarantees.

RCR managing director John Linden said the purchase was part of a new business development drive to provide integrated engineering services to clients.

Premium Workforce founder Jim Martin, who retains a 40 per cent share of the business, will manage it from RCR’s Welshpool premises.

RCR’s Tomlinson Boiler business unit has commenced manufacturing the Ultra and Tomlinson water tube range of boilers at the Welshpool plant.

The proprietary products were previously manufactured under

contract in New South Wales.


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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/08/18

1 year TSR5 year TSR
131stSeven Group Holdings68%29%
175thSeven West Media49%-9%
576thAutomotive Holdings Group-22%-5%
782ndRCR Tomlinson-62%-13%
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Share Transactions

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4th↑RCR Tomlinson$2,004.1m
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235thGraham Salter$443k
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