- Anglo American
- BHP Billiton
- Bowen Basin
- contract mining engineering and services
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Hunter Valley
- iron ore
- job cuts
- mergers and acquisitions
- mining jobs
- New South Wales
- oil and gas
- Rio Tinto
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- Rokris brings the most innovative of truck trays to Australia
An innovative haul truck body the BTB has entered the Australian market after proving itself in the toughest mines of Chile with a unique mix of advanced capabilities and leading design.
- What’s new in proximity detection and collision awareness technology
The mining industry has seen a 51 per cent increase in the number of serious claims for disease and injury between 2000–2001 and 2013–2014, according to Safe Work Australia.
- Metso’s roadmap to autonomous processing
Autonomous equipment has emerged in some areas of mining, but minerals processing remains a sector where uptake of the technology has been limited. That’s not to say it isn’t possible.
- Using data to design ‘fit for purpose’ solutions
Understanding the condition of a plant and its equipment allows for improved planning analysis, better utilisation of equipment, reduced downtime, reduced maintenance spend and ultimately improves the productivity of an operation. This is why condition monitoring is important for any mining operation, regardless of the scale and scope.
- An automation fair event for a shifting time
With workforce shifts, come opportunities. Rockwell Automation will bring in experts from Newmont Goldcorp, Vale, CISDI and ManpowerGroup to equip the sector during a changing time in mining.
- LINX Cargo Care Group keeps mining materials moving
A lot can be achieved by a company with more than 100 years’ experience and over 50 strategically-located sites across Australia.
- Inenco improves the links in supply chain
Over the last two years, Inenco Industrial Solutions has made significant improvements to its supply chain, bringing better responsiveness and reliability to customers in the mining segment.
- Technologies that drive proximity detection
No matter how advanced mining becomes, reducing the risk of unintentional interaction between miner and machine continues to be a vital component of safety.
- Customer-centric digital developments
Providing customers with better options and increased access to quality information and services is at the core of CBC Australia’s new digital offerings.
- McLanahan guides a new era in tailings management
Mining companies generate extra profitability through better tailings management as it reduces the probability of dam failures and avoids remediation costs. Australian Mining writes. The management of tailings storage facilities (TSFs) has been a topical issue in the mining industry this year, with the sector being thrust into the spotlight following a number of tailings … Continue reading McLanahan guides a new era in tailings management
- V-belt health in coal mining: Wambo case study
Coal mines are notoriously high-stress environments for machines to operate in due to the contamination of parts.
- Start building a treasure trove of historical data
The topic of preserving, leveraging and organising historical data is gaining a lot of traction in the construction industry.
- IMARC 2019: Powering the green economy with sustainable mining
Protest and activism led to the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne hitting global headlines this year.
- Safety, expansion the key for Mitchell Services
It is a good time to be at Mitchell Services – the company has been named Epiroc Contract Miner of the Year at the 2019 Prospect Awards in the same year the brand turned 50. Four months after celebrating its 50-year milestone, Mitchell Services took out the honour of Epiroc Contract Miner of the Year … Continue reading Safety, expansion the key for Mitchell Services
- Explorer Challenge crowdsources innovative approaches to exploration
In an era when economic mineral deposits have become increasingly difficult to find, OZ Minerals and Unearthed have partnered to put the challenge to the crowd.
- Maintain safe working conditions underground with scalable cooling systems
With temperatures above ground often exceeding 40 degrees Celsius in the warmer months, the health, safety and productivity of underground miners can all be jeopardised by hot climates.
- The circle of (a mineral’s) life
What else apart from the obvious could mined products be used for once they reach end consumers? The Minerals Council of Australia presents the less-thought-of everyday things.
- A software specialist for plant turnarounds
As oil and gas companies face increased pressure to maximise equipment efficiency, InEight has responded with software that minimises cost surprises and asset downtime.
- A new era of mine safety becomes reality
Mining companies are capitalising on the ability to conduct training simulation and planned maintenance through virtual reality software.
- The most dangerous software in mining business
Quick question, what’s the most dangerous piece of software a mining company can use? If you answered spreadsheets, you’d be right.