- 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
- New Zealand
- oil and gas
- Rio Tinto
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- Tuder leads MICROMINE towards future growth
MICROMINE CEO Claire Tuder talks to Australian Mining about her first year in the role and what to expect from the software developer next.
- The changing skillsets of mining boards
Mining companies have realised their boards must contain a new range of skills to support where the industry is heading.
- Leading the way with Duratray
Duratray has been around since the 1970s and is one of the premier suppliers of trays for trucks in the mining industry.
- MEGATRANS2018: Revolutionary Road
Transportation is one of the most crucial steps in the mining industry. All the gold in the world is worth next to nil with no place to go, so an expedient and extensive road network is imperative for success.
- Managing fatigue in mining
Mining employers have far reaching WHS responsibilities when it comes to contractors and employees. It is essential that employers consider all possible risks and build a strong management plan around them to avoid any liability.
- Mining in it to sim it
Immersive Technologies is a leader in the field of highly realistic mining simulators.
- From the ashes
Dr Linda Wang recently won an award for her potentially revolutionary research into coal ash separation.
- Donhad delivers more than just a reline
While attending a SAG mill reline at an Australian processing plant, Donhad’s engineering team identified significant opportunities for future shutdown procedure.
- Ampcontrol set to deliver mining’s technology needs
Ampcontrol chief executive officer Rod Henderson discusses how the engineering company has responded to the improvement in market conditions in mining.
- Educating operators about Breathe-safe’s air quality management
Breathe-safe is determined to help mine workers avoid the health issues related to respirable dust through much-needed education.
- Metso and WEARX join forces to unlock potential
Metso and WEARX are working together to add more value for mineral processing customers.
- Sandvik: From developing machinery to changing cultures
Equipment manufacturers are not only suppling machinery these days, but also helping companies change their culture to support the new technical capabilities they are providing.
- How digital operations strengthen company reporting
Deloitte’s Nicki Ivory explains how mining’s digital revolution is assisting with the increasing requirement for companies to be transparent about their operational activities.
- Pilbara, Fosterville set up future of gold
Australian Mining talks to Canadian billionaire Eric Sprott, who is optimistic about the future of Australia’s gold industry on both sides of the country.
- Liebherr targets emerging Australian opportunities
Liebherr is aiming to expand its position in the Australian market by diversifying its machinery offering for a broader range of miners in the country.
- Game of drones
Tel Aviv firm Airobotics is spearheading a drone revolution for the Australian mining industry.
- A sea change for mining
Deep-sea mining has a storied history; people have been attempting to tap the mineral potential of the Earth’s oceans for decades, with mixed results. As far back as the 1960s, interested parties have explored the concept with research vessels; the discovery of hydrothermal vents, which spew mineral-rich deposits from fissures in the earth’s surface.
- Diversity dominates workforce management trends
Deloitte’s Nicki Ivory discusses how human resources strategies have evolved over the past year to improve diversity and inclusiveness.
- The National Group expands into a turnkey service provider
The National Group is set to realise operational synergies through the addition of heavy equipment valuation and auction house, National Machinery Xchange, into the group.
- Onetrak celebrates new product launch amid re-opening in WA
Ken MacDonald, owner and chief executive officer of Canadian forestry equipment manufacturer, Tigercat, and the team of Australian crushing and screening manufacturer Striker, have joined Onetrak staff and customers in celebrating the re-opening of Onetrak in Western Australia.