In QNS&L Railway, he became manager of production planning and continuous improvement, where he was responsible for strategic planning for product delivery division at IOC, Iron Ore Company of Canada.
What does IOCC stand for?
IOCC stands for Iron Ore Company of Canada (est. 1949)
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Mr Oliver has more than 30 years experience as a senior executive in the iron ore industry for organisations within Australia and internationally with Midwest Corporation (ASX:MIS), Robe River Mining and Iron Ore Company of Canada.
He has shipped rubber-lined pipe and fittings to Inco's Voisey's Bay nickel project, helped build pumping stations in Labrador for the Iron Ore Company of Canada, and sent product as far north as the Tahera diamond mine in Nunavut.
Hanna completed the sale of its 50% interest in the IOC Ore Sales Company to a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Iron Ore Company of Canada.
Alderon remains committed to concluding an initial agreement with Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway owned and operated by the Iron Ore Company of Canada and with the Chemin de fer Arnuad owned and operated by Cliffs Natural Resources, both of which are common carriers under Canadian Federal law.