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BDO backs electric machines to take over underground mining
BDO has revealed the major changes it predicts will shake up Australia’s mining sector by 2023, with electric equipment expected to make a significant impact.
Engineered flow aids resolve bulk material handling issues
Martin Engineering global flow aids manager Brad Pronschinske gives Australian Mining insights into how engineered flow can solve problems at materials handling operations. In order to achieve confined and consistent flow on conveyors handling large volumes of bulk material such as coal, aggregate or biomass, transfer chutes and vessels must be designed to accommodate and … Continue reading Engineered flow aids resolve bulk material handling issues
What to look for in a document management solution
While most organisations are aware they need some level of document management, they still attempt to solve this challenge by cobbling together an array of different solutions.
The future of clean energy
Industry experts will discuss how they are managing energy changes and gaining insights on Australia’s critical mineral supply as a part of this year’s International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC).
Western Australia complacent in growing METS sector
Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them. These are the words of William Shakespeare, which may very well apply to one of Australia’s leading mining states.
Blasting solutions that take mines into digital age
As mining companies rapidly shift their strategies and operating models to leverage digital transformation, new technologies in blasting and explosives are making an ever more vital contribution to bottom-line improvements.
The future of minerals processing
As minerals processing, digital plants and effective plant operations are becoming more important for mining companies, Australia’s largest mining event is set to examine the challenges of processing plants of the future.
Mining learns lesson from other industries
The 4th International Future Mining Conference 2019 chairman Serkan Saydam believes other industries offer lessons that can prop up the sustainability of mining operations. Australian Mining writes.
The drive to improve performance
Nord Drivesystems’ Industrial Gear Units have helped raise the bar for a Western Australian producer’s conveyor drive systems.
Experiencing the expanses of mine sites here and now
A drive to overcome the barriers of entry to virtual reality technology has driven the formation of a strategic, intercontinental partnership that has created the HazID platform. Vanessa Zhou writes.
Blasting leader goes global with tech innovation
Pioneering beyond its manufacture and supply of cold emulsion explosives, BME has become a home-grown South African success story now exporting blasting technology to mining countries world-wide, including Australia.
A site visit for the ages
National Group and partner Mobil 1 Mega Racing organised a showcase at the BMA Peak Downs mine site… with a twist.
Australian mining benefits as Canada gets high on cannabis stocks
Legalisation of marijuana in North America has had a surprise but welcome effect on the other side of the world.
Billions of reasons to be in Melbourne this October
In one month, Australia’s largest mining event will attract investors with billions in their pockets to Melbourne for four days of learning, unparalleled networking and deal-making at the 6th annual International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) taking place in Melbourne from 29th to 31st October.
One to watch: Mining’s toughest rugged computer
For a company that boasts pre-eminent research and development capability in one of the world’s most technologically-advanced countries, Panasonic isn’t interested in creating the next shiny “it” device.
Boss braces for uranium recovery as Honeymoon advances
After almost a decade of low prices, the Australian and global uranium industry is optimistic that a recovery will soon emerge
Lincom makes mark with compact mobile impact recirculating crusher
Lincom Group’s size reduction crusher has been successfully processing concrete for Auckland Quarry, a quarry in the city’s central suburb of Mt Wellington.
CDE Meta sets the scene for sustainable minerals processing
With the installation of CDE Meta’s latest Australian project, the company is confident a focus on sustainable minerals processing practices will continue to emerge thanks to its novel modular approach.
Withstanding harsh environments
As mining companies look to cut costs and reduce downtime associated with machinery, Gates offers the market its Predator V belts.
A glimpse into the future of mining
As the mining industry embarks on a dynamic phase of development, AIMEX has provided a platform to express both concerns and excitement on what’s to come.