- 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
- State-of-the-art processing plant under installation at Centrex Metals’ phosphate site
Australian mining company Centrex Metals has partnered with CDE Meta to deliver a state-of-the-art wet processing plant, currently under installation at the Ardmore site in Queensland.
- Technology set to support jobs
One of Australia’s leading innovators in mine site automation suggests the technology is more likely to support the jobs of workers rather than take them away.
- The drive to improve performance
Nord Drivesystems’ Industrial Gear Units have helped raise the bar for a Western Australian producer’s conveyor drive systems.
- May the force be with you
A 21-strong team at Mobile Energy Australia powers up a range of mining equipment maintenance activities with one sturdy compressor.
- Hilliard brakes through Australian market
Hilliard Corporation is well known in the United States and South American mining industries, but has also emerged as a prominent Tier 2 supplier for plant and equipment installations in Australia.
- Downstream efficiencies driven by practical innovation
Following proven success in North America, Dyno Nobel has officially rolled out its industry leading, Differential Energy technology to some major Western Australian mine sites, with further testing and site conversions to follow.
- Using proximity detection technology in mining safety training
While underground mines are unquestionably safer than they once were, accidents and injuries associated with mobile machinery remain a primary concern.
- BMC embarks on a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’
As BMC Minerals revels in the prospects of its Kudz Ze Kayah project, Alex Gluyas discusses what the Yukon site means for the company’s future with chief executive Scott Donaldson.
- Mine technology push means new approaches to digitisation
As mining companies increasingly look to new technologies to improve their productivity, they are starting to think differently about how they approach digitisation and automation.
- Climbing on world’s riches
PwC mining leader Chris Dodd uses the storytelling power of numbers to depict the past and future of the industry.
- Weir Minerals lifts heavy weights with specialised tools
Weir Minerals produces lifting tools for the safe handling of slurry pump parts, putting safety at the heart of its innovation.
- Epiroc goes from a great to greater beginning
Epiroc finance manager Claudia Ledesma provides an inside look into the company’s journey to become a standalone company, and what the equipment manufacturer has achieved so far.
- Australians eye North American mining riches
Australian mining companies are capitalising on the currency disparity with North America to drive operational growth.
- Unchain operations: A better alternative to roller chain drives
Building on decades of experience in creating optimum solutions for belt drives in both automotive and industrial applications, Gates Australia has introduced Poly Chain GT Carbon belts, which are well equipped to handle the demands of any mining environment.
- Optimise the mine: improve productivity, reduce downtime and protect workforce with ABB
ABB provides the platform to connect all electrification, automation and digital offerings to optimise all stages in the mine lifecycle.
- Management of ventilation risk central to safety
Technology solves many things, but it cannot be solely depended on to keep underground workers safe. Vale North Atlantic’s manager for ventilation design and tech explains.
- Consequences of being unsafe on site
Workplace incidents are unfortunately quite common, especially in the industrial and mining sectors.
- METS Ignited urges mining to embrace automation
A call to arms by METS Ignited is encouraging the Australian mining industry to come together and capitalise on the huge opportunity automation presents.
- Sharing sustainable value to gain social trust
How have mining companies improved their approach to securing the social licence to operate over the long term?
- Jaw crusher becomes fifth Powerscreen machine delivered to Gromac
Lincom Group’s high-performance Powerscreen Premiertrak 600 crusher has attracted five orders in the past 18 months. Australian Mining writes.