Services demand 'strong'

Programmed Maintenance Services has reaped a $32.1 million profit as competitors struggle. Managing director Chris Sutherland (left) said demand for mining maintenance and construction work remained strong. Mining services companies such as UGL, WorleyParsons and Transfield have downgraded earnings recently. Programmed shares rose 12¢ to $2.27.

Programmed Maintenance Services has reaped a $32.1 million profit as competitors struggle. Managing director Chris Sutherland (left) said demand for mining maintenance and construction work remained strong. Mining services companies such as UGL, WorleyParsons and Transfield have downgraded earnings recently. Programmed shares rose 12¢ to $2.27.

Want access to our latest research and new buy ideas?

Start a free 15 day trial and gain access to our research, recommendations and market-beating model portfolios.

Sign up for free

Join the Conversation...

There are comments posted so far.

If you'd like to join this conversation, please login or sign up here

Related Articles