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The rental industry is growing in the European construction market. One of the reasons behind this growth is that customers have a better understanding of the advantages of using rental equipment. They can save money by using rental services and...
Compania Minera Antamina, in Peru, in which BHP has a 33.75% interest, has decided to temporarily suspend operations at the Antamina copper and zinc mine as part of its response to Covid-19. Photo of Antamina mine; Source: Teck Antamina has been...
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology are demonstrating its expanded high-pressure DTH drill rig offering for Tier 4F and Stage V compliant countries by presenting the new Leopard DI650i at Conexpo-con/agg 2020. The new Leopard DI650i DTH rig is designed...
McEwen Mining Inc. recently declared commercial production at their newest mine site in Nevada, USA, the Gold Bar mine, powered by Caterpillar. The customized solution consists of two Cat G3516 1,450 kW and one G3512 1,000 kW natural gas generator...
LTE still faces a few challenges in some mining environments. However, the promises of predictability, connectivity and speed cannot be overlooked. What if the performance of LTE in mining could be enhanced by a meshing solution for complete coverage? At...
Sandvik Mobile Crushers and Screens are proud to launch the next generation mobile heavy-duty scalper with the launch of the new QE442. An evolution of the class-leading QE441, the new machine comes with a host of updates and new...
Sandvik Mobile Crushers and Screens roll out the latest upgrade in their 2 Series product offering with the launch of the new QI442 Impactor. Continuing their ongoing product development Sandvik is proud to announce the launch of their new QI442...
Tutis has appointed Heather Munro, to the Tutis Company Board as a non-executive director effective from 1 June 2019. Heather has decades of experience with training and compliance across both the mining industry and registered training organisations. Moreover, she was...
Tyres are one of the most significant costs for mining operations. The cost of tyre ownership cannot be understated and as such tyres must be preserved. An effective repair program reduces investment in new tyres, can increase overall mean...
Like most businesses, mining organisations around the world are always looking for the next way to put themselves ahead of their competitors, improve safety standards, or reduce their costs and improve operations. Such thinking sometimes requires rethinking and redesign...