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Sci-Fi meets mining reality: companies invest in connected worker technology
Virtual Method has joined forces with Librestream to unlock the potential of virtual reality and artificial intelligence in mining operations.
Kalgoorlie becomes the newest branch for Drivetrain
For over 30 years, Drivetrain has been providing genuine parts and components, authorised and tested rebuilds, along with a wide range of engineering and field maintenance services to the mining industry.
Atlas Copco expands submersible dewatering pump range
Atlas Copco Power and Flow has added the WEDA L to its WEDA range of submersible dewatering pumps for drainage, sludge and slurry applications.
ABB named LinkedIn Australia’s 2021 top companies
What does it take to be one of Australia’s top companies? Here is ABB’s views on what makes the company a special place to work.
Jord International, BHP drive filter press maintenance innovation
BHP has commenced its first Supplier Innovation Program pilot project with Jord International to collaborate on establishing a new industry benchmark for filter press maintenance.
Putting simulation at the centre of operator training
The mining industry’s prospects are heavily reliant on the people that move it forward. Bestech supplies heavy equipment simulators that help mining companies fulfil their hiring and training needs to keep moving.
Thejo offers diverse solutions in minerals processing
Dedicated to expanding its mineral processing offerings in Australia, Thejo Engineering is taking a client-first approach when supplying custom-designed solutions to the mining industry.
Derrick removes blind spots from gold processing
Using its fine screening expertise in gold processing, Derrick has simplified a previously arduous maintenance process and transformed a problem that originated at a customer’s gold processing plant into a major success story.
A second chance for tonnes and tonnes of tyres
The recovery and recycling of off-the-road tyres has been a mismanaged issue for as long as tyres have existed. Tyre Stewardship Australia is determined to change that.
MEM access solutions
Mobile equipment maintenance (MEM) refers to maintenance, repair, and servicing of mobile mining equipment such as haul trucks, excavators and wheel loaders.
Rotary equipment drives productivity
McLanahan’s rotary equipment offers proven performance and sophisticated designs for minerals processing applications in Australia.
Building a Unified Data Infrastructure
This report demonstrates the importance of creating a holistic data infrastructure. It explains how data virtualization, master data management, and metadata-management in combination help meet business objectives.
How Coates Hire makes it seamless at the coalface with turnkey site solutions
From comprehensive shutdowns to onsite training, tool management and drone-captured 3D modelling, Coates Hire provides turnkey services across a broad range of industrial solutions that go well beyond their market perception.
Open Pit Operators Conference breaks new ground
For its 10th staging, AusIMM’s Open Pit Operators Conference will return in July 2021, unveiling the latest open pit mining advancements in both physical and digital formats.
Locally made conveyor products
Fenner Dunlop’s Brisbane branch is a central source for Australian-made conveyor products, idlers and pulley supply that supports customers across the country.
A smarter way to handle remote inventories
Advances in radio frequency identification technology have created new possibilities for inventory management in remote mines.
Energy provider gives mines the spark they need in 2021
Power supply might be what energy companies are known for, yet in 2021 the world’s leading mobile power provider Aggreko also wants to be recognised as an investor in life-of-mine projects.
Rare earths to leave global rarity behind
Rare earths have become an emerging part of the Australian mining scene as these ingredients for a greener future have increased in demand. Australian Strategic Materials and Hastings Technology Metals reveal their prospects in this space. Vanessa Zhou writes.
Monitoring slow rotating equipment with vibration analysis
Read about how condition monitoring helped an iron ore exporter in Western Australia prevent bearing failure and avoid a costly downtime.
Dawn of a new gold operation
Greatland Gold has appointed Shaun Day as its chief executive officer at a time when the company is looking to push the Havieron joint venture towards production. Nickolas Zakharia writes.