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- An extended life for Cat machines and components
Cat dealer Hastings Deering offers high quality machine and component rebuilds that add value and save costs, while being backed with an industry leading, fully transferrable 24-month/10,000-hour warranty period.
- HYDAC rises to challenge of Industry 4.0 with VR training
HYDAC Australia, in conjunction with Deakin Motion Lab, has constructed a virtual reality (VR) wheel lock hydraulic power unit training system – amid many others in the pipeline – to meet the urgent requirement for trained complex machinery technicians.
- Flatten the curve: How to use AI in mining and metals
Join the webinar “Essential rules of adopting AI in mining and metals” on April 15 at 12 PM AEST to learn the simple definition of AI, the benefits of adopting it into your operations and more.
- Help make NSW the number one state for resources
The Department of Regional New South Wales (NSW) is looking for an executive director with industry experience to lead the geological survey.
- Top three things to look for in pulley lagging
Flexco suggests three things that mine operators should look out for when selecting the right supplier and pulley-lagging product for its intended application.
- Several catalysts on the horizon for Auroch Minerals
Shares in Auroch Minerals have soared roughly 300 per cent in the last six months, but there could be more upside to come.
- Liebherr legacy lives on with R 9600 excavator
The original equipment manufacturer’s latest ultra-class excavator is set to transition its range towards a new generation of machine that will support the evolution of the mining industry. Ben Creagh writes.
- Underground mining networks unearthed
There are significant challenges associated with installing network infrastructure in underground mine sites. Australian Mining uncovers the risks associated with cyber security in these environments.
- Trained to deliver
CBC, the largest distributor of bearings, power transmission and engineering solutions in Australia, offers onsite bearing fitment and laser alignment training courses to their customers.
- Silver no longer second best
Since film photography became obsolete, silver has been a bridesmaid commodity for the more favoured gold. Here, three silver companies discuss the new industrial trend that is driving the commodity back into popularity.
- Safer access and inspection transforms on-site outcomes
Operators that can safely access and view high danger areas will have a greater peace of mind and confidence, which carries over into huge benefits for efficiency and productivity.
- Mastermyne empowers workforce with Redmap solution
Mastermyne has joined forces with document automation specialist Redmap to automate its accounts payable department, minimising repetitive and mundane tasks that are associated with invoice management.
- Austmine 2021: Harnessing intelligence
The mining sector can start to get excited about the arrival of Austmine 2021, in which industry professionals come together to discuss the way forward.
- Best practice blasting in close proximity to infrastructure
The successful delivery of a complex drill and blast operation at an iron ore project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region has built a blueprint for best practice blasting in close proximity to infrastructure.
- Trusted industry solution partner ensures safe mining operations
As a creator of solutions for the analysis and control of underground coal mining atmospheres, SICK is passionate about delivering cost-saving, efficient and innovative products to the sector.
- LSM tyre monitoring systems can predict or prevent tyre explosions
LSM Technologies’ tyre monitoring system (TMS) is allowing mining companies to monitor the condition of their machinery’s tyres for more strategic maintenance, delivering capital savings and safer use of vehicles.
- A better coupling for a hot, dusty job
Cost savings in mines and quarries sometimes can come from humble maintenance decisions, which is evident in the case of one mining company in Queensland.
- New Kal Tire leader weighs in on global supply chain
Kal Tire Australia has started 2021 under a new managing director, former general manager Miles Rigney. Salomae Haselgrove speaks with Rigney about 2020’s supply chain trends and how he anticipates they will shape the tyre sector in the year ahead.
- Preparing the face of future mining
Deloitte’s top 10 trends for 2021 have highlighted the mining sector’s commitment to continual improvement and in laying a foundation for tomorrow. Decarbonisation and zero harm are two of this year’s discussion points in the annual Tracking the Trends report.
- Is Latin Resources the next Andromeda?
Latin Resources has continued to release exceptional results from its maiden air-core drilling program at its Noombenberry halloysite-kaolin Project in Western Australia.