Perth, Western Australia June, 2014

Track’em is proud to announce their first project with one of the world’s largest contractors, Samsung C&T Corporation on the Roy Hill Project.

Saleem Technologies was selected to implement their web-based, GPS, Barcode and/or RFID materials tracking system, Track’em®, for the duration of the project. Samsung C&T Corporation will use Track’em® to manage all their material giving them full visibility and absolute control. Track’em® combines a unique patented system of integrated solutions designed to make project management more efficient.

Samsung C&T Engineering & Construction Group has proven expertise for engineering, procurement, and construction for 35 years with projects including the erection of two of the world’s most famous skyscrapers – Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia and Burj Khalifa in Dubai. They are committed to becoming the world’s no. 1 contractor with constant pursuit of growth and excellent leadership.
Situated approximately 115 kilometres north of Newman, the Roy Hill Project lies on flat plains close to the Chichester Range.

The 55 million tonne per annum (Mtpa) project is the next iron ore mining, rail & port project to be developed in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It is a world-class, low phosphorus, iron ore deposit located in the Pilbara – one of the world’s premier iron ore provinces – and the only independent iron ore project with West Australian majority ownership.

The Roy Hill Project has a defined mineralisation to sustain a mine life of more than 20 years, the project is expected to export its first ore late in 2015.

CEO and founder, Kashif Saleem said he is “looking forward to building a long term relationship with Samsung C&T and hopes to compliment the products and systems the company is so well-known for”.

Saleem’s flagship product – a GPS and Barcode Material Tracking and Management System, Track’em – has been trusted by some of the World’s largest companies and projects, including Woodside, BHP & Mitsubishi Alliance, Samsung, Leighton Contractors, Monadelphous, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), Hertel, John Holland and many more.

Background: Track’em / Saleem Technologies

Founded by Kashif Saleem in 2006, Perth-based Saleem Technologies employs 15 full-time staff. In Australia, the company has offices and project in Perth (Western Australia), Newcastle (New South Wales) and Brisbane (Queensland).

Internationally, Saleem Technologies has offices in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) and Chicago (USA). Track’em tracks construction materials in mining, oil and gas projects and other large- scale engineering and works projects. It uses GPS, RFID and Barcoding technology.

Saleem Technologies patented its main software product Track’em in 2011. Since then the company has been awarded several major contracts, including Chevron Corporation’s Gorgon project with Leighton Contractors, located in WA.

Track’em has also been taken up by a host of multinational companies including Woodside Energy, Downer Group, Monadelphous, Fortescue Metals Group, United Group, Downer EDI Engineering, Western Construction, Worley Parsons and John Holland.

Company CEO Kashif Saleem was a winner in the 2014 WA Business News 40 under 40 Awards and the 2014 Curtin Growth Entrepreneur Award. He has recently been nominated for the Ernest and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Saleem Technologies has been rated as one of 10 companies to watch in 2014 by the Washington Times and was also nominated as a ‘Company to Watch’ in the RUST Report. Saleem Technologies has also been the recipient of the prestigious COMET Grant.

Saleem Technologies is a private company.