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Major Swedish mining and metallurgical group, Boliden, has inaugurated a new silver recovery plant at its Kokkola zinc smelter.
Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded the engineering services contract for the new grinding section at Chuquicamata mine.
Atlas Copco has launched its new Chinese-designed PowerRoc T50 surface drill rig at bauma China for the world market.
Researchers from a group of UK universities are examining ways of using algae to clean up old mine water and extract contained valuable metals and make biofuels.
China’s LiuGong has just unveiled a new 7m3 model at bauma China.
Metso’s new high-power Nordberg GP7 crusher includes a constant feed opening, steep cavity and a wide range of effective strokes.
Sandvik has been working with Barrick to test out new surface drill safety features before launching its new DR461 rotary drill.
AMEC and Foster Wheeler have completed their merger process.
Atlas Copco’s Minetruck range sees a major upgrade to its 42 tonne model for increased productivity, safety and sustainability.
The actual sinking of the new Synclinorium shaft has been completed by Murray & Roberts Cementation.
The rewards from investing in automation can be substantial, such as considerable increases in productivity and improved safety, with reduced costs.
Atlas Copco Underground Rock Excavation and Remote Control Technologies (RCT) are to unite to offer some new mobile equipment automation solutions for the underground mining industry.
It has taken seven months to complete, but MDM Engineering has now become part of the much larger Foster Wheeler engineering group.
Boliden’s Garpenberg base and precious metals mine is to establish a new haulage operation based on dedicated mine trucks.
Singaporean university develops what could be a huge game-changer in battery technology.
Weir Minerals’ Enduron® SP series cone crushers deliver one of the highest production-capacity-per-feed ratios in the industry.
Companies are using specialized microorganisms to extract copper from previously unusable ore.
Mechanisation key to mining’s survival, but labour is critical for its success.
Canadian environmental specialist, Bioteq, has been awarded US patents for its nickel sulphide precipitation and sulphate removal processes for treating mine waste waters.
Metso’s latest Nordberg C130 jaw crusher can process more rock in the primary crushing process.
Grupo Mexico commissions TAKRAF USA to design and supply conveyors to the Buenavista copper mine in Mexico.
Multotec, has launched a water treatment and metals recovery solutions and services division in partnership with Australian company, Clean TeQ using the latter’s CIF technology.
Remote monitoring of crushing data from mines and quarries is becoming crucial so, Metso now offers complete fleet management and automation systems, designed for all Lokotrack range mobile applications.
Minesight is to release a blast optimisation utility to run alongside its Minesight 3D software package to bring precision and dependability to mine blasting patterns.
Goldcorp’s Red Lake gold mine has been investing in Thoroughtec simulators to further improve safety and productivity.
Komatsu has unveiled its new KOMTRAX Plus remote monitoring system for mining equipment thus enabling constant evaluation of a machine’s condition and operations.
Veolia Water Technologies has been working successfully with a Canadian gold mine to make effluent containing cyanide, ammonia and copper safe for downstream fish and invertebrates.
Sandvik chose the recent SteinExpo exhibition to unveil the latest version of its Pantera top hammer surface drill rig.
Multotec’s mill liner optimisation system comprises a number of elements to perform condition monitoring for a complete and efficient way of managing mill liners.
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