On the work front, there have been many highlights for David over the past 30 years, including being a part of commissioning two key production sites.
After more than 35 years, CSBP’s Operations Supervisor, Steve Whittingstall, is hanging up his boots in September to enjoy retirement.
UWA students were invited to use Generative AI to help solve six different business problems from Wesfarmers' businesses Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy and Fertilisers and Covalent.
Wesfarmers’ Managing Director Rob Scott said it was pleasing to deliver a strong financial performance, particularly from Wesfarmers’ largest divisions who responded well to market conditions. Wesfarmers announced the full-year results, with net profit after tax of $2.5 billion, up 4.8 per cent, and a final dividend of $1.03 per share. Wesfarmers’ profit and dividend […]
WesCEF’s Community Grants Program supports community organisations that work to benefit the communities closest to our Kleenheat and CSBP operations in the Kwinana and Rockingham region – the largest community in which we operate.
NAIDOC Week provides opportunities to engage with and appreciate Aboriginal culture and traditions. Last week WesCEF celebrated NAIDOC Week with a number of events and activities to encourage all WesCEF people to engage with Aboriginal culture.
For CSBP’s Mechanical Field Supervisor, Eli Knudsen, every day can bring a highlight or a laugh and after 30 years with the company, he’s certainly had a fair few of both.
WesCEF celebrated International Women in Engineering Day with a special lunch and guest speaker, Wesfarmers Board Director Sharon Warburton.
We're celebrating our employees milestone tenures with WesCEF businesses. After 20 years, Colin’s most enjoyable part of his journey has been the people he’s worked with.
For Leigh Meyers, General Manager of CSBP’s Ammonia/Ammonium Nitrate (A/AN) business, the last 20 years at WesCEF has flown by, thanks to the great people he gets to work with every day and the many opportunities he’s had along the way.