- Mastermyne: Working hand in hand with locals for 22 years
Despite considerable growth in the Central Queensland region over the last two decades, Mastermyne has worked hard to maintain its foundational culture of family, mateship and support for the broader local communities in which it works.
- Mining companies transform stakeholder relationships
There are a series of stakeholders that mining companies need to deliver social outcomes to. Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining how they can achieve this.
- How Epiroc is making autonomous mining a reality
As Epiroc looks to an autonomous future in mining, the company reflects on the Australian project that has set a strong foundation in this area.
- Roundtable focuses on adhesive cost-saving solutions
The harsh environments of mines and quarries can result in much wear and tear of equipment. High-strength adhesives, lubricants, cleaners, sealants and abrasion solutions are common repair tools used in general mining maintenance, whether it’s conveyor belt repairs, piping, ball mills, or whatever else needs work.
- Mining takes centre stage in Melbourne
Victoria’s renaissance as a mining destination will gather more momentum when Melbourne hosts the 2018 International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in late October this year.
- Sandvik gives mining equipment a second productive lifetime
An equipment rebuild offers mining companies a solution to sustain reliability and productivity over the machine’s full engineered lifecycle. Australian Mining discusses these advantages with Sandvik.
- Rethinking what makes mining attractive as a career
A survey of young Australians has a trio of industry bodies now considering different approaches for how to make mining a career choice for young people.
- Immersive Technologies strengthens simulator line-up
The mining technology company views the LX6 simulator as a natural progression on the LX3 platform it released in 2016.
- Epiroc: different name, same commitment to mining
Epiroc’s Per Lindberg and Helena Hedblom describe the company’s plans in mining ahead of its split from Atlas Copco into a stand-alone business.
- More BME blasting technology to come to Australia
BME has already become well established in Australia through distributing the leading Axxis digital detonation system by its now wholly owned entity Advanced Initiating Systems (AIS). Now, it’s bringing more new technologies to mining.
- Deloitte’s top resources industry human capital trends
Deloitte’s 2018 Human Capital Trends report is the most extensive to date, with input from more than 11,000 businesses and HR leaders around the world, including 952 from the global energy and resources (E&R) industry.
- The Rockstarter revolution
Are you ready to join the Rockstarter revolution? Ampcontrol’s Rockstarter is a multifunction outlet starter designed for use in underground hard rock mining.
- Magotteaux readies processing tech for global market
Magotteaux’s pulp chemistry monitor made a big impression at the 2016 Prospect Awards, winning the Minerals Processing of the Year award. Magotteaux’s Dr Christopher Greet tells Australian Mining about how the technology has developed since.
- The pros and cons of extending oil drain intervals in hydraulics
Over recent years there has been a growing trend within the mining industry to extend oil drainage intervals (ODI) beyond the original equipment manufacturer (OEM)-recommended service intervals.
- Improving management of gas monitoring equipment
Ampcontrol discusses its recommendations surrounding process, procedure and validation of gas monitoring equipment after concerns were raised in Queensland.
- Meet the ifm expert – Freddie Coertze
Meet expert Freddie Coertze, the Product Manager of Industrial Communications at ifm. Freddie talks about why he loves being part of ifm’s family culture and working with such high quality products.
- Lepidico’s L-Max technology maximises mica’s lithium potential
Lepidico is making waves in the lithium industry with its L-Max technology, which can extract valuable battery-grade lithium chemicals from previously ignored mica sources.
- An interconnected future
Industry 4.0 is something of a hot topic at the moment. From mining to manufacturing, it’s appearing everywhere. For the Drive and Control company Bosch Rexroth and the Bosch Group overall, it is something more than the buzzword du jour.
- The drive to succeed
Bosch Rexroth is no stranger to materials handling in the mining and resources sector; whether it is stackers, reclaimers, conveyors, feeders or ship loaders, the company takes rightful pride in all its products being applicable for assorted equipment.
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