Hyspec Mining Services Pty Ltd
The Hyspec Mining Services Group (“Hyspec”) of companies, head quartered in Western Australia is focused on providing replacement hydraulics parts and service equipment to the mining and exploration industry across Africa. Hyspec has a large purchasing and logistics warehouse centre in Perth, with operational central warehouses in Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Tanzania, Zambia and recently Cote d’Ivoire. All regional offices are established in each of the above countries and there are locally registered companies under the Hyspec name.
Hyspec first established infrastructure in Ghana in 1996, and since then, with over seventeen years of direct mine site exposure the Company has been providing hydraulic, fuelling and lubrication equipment and maintenance services to mining projects across the African continent
Hyspec provides services from over fifty wholly owned mine-site based workshops in eight countries. These services are provided on a 24/7 basis to mining contractors, drilling companies and mine support businesses operating on the mine sites.
Hyspec is the market leader in its field and is an integral partner to the mining companies and their contractors in their endeavours to mitigate the downtime of mining production equipment.
The products and services supplied by Hyspec in Africa to the mining industry are critical, demonstrably reduce downtime, and position Hyspec as a welcome partner in any new mining project.
Since it’s tenure in Ghana commenced in 1996, Hyspec has been a significant supporter of the Adullam Orphanage in Obuasi which is in the Ashanti Region.
The Adullam Orphanage is a residential children’s home and was founded in 1996 by Australian born Pastor Louise and Drew Timothy. Adullam is registered as a non-governmental organisation.
Adullam is the only orphanage in Obuasi, and is only one of four registered orphanages in the country of Ghana, the other three being run by the government. Currently there are 165 children living at the Adullam Orphanage.