• Lifting Solutions: Reduce Risk of Repetitive Strain & Back Injury Lifting Solutions: Reduce Risk of Repetitive Strain & Back Injury

    March 31, 2016 0 comment

    With an identified need in mining for a solution to workers suffering strain and back injuries from constantly standing upright, and operating hand held equipment, Safetech and Clarks Mining collaborated to develop a unique drilling rig lift table.

    This case study details the results of this integration, which led to a reduced risk of injury and an increase in daily productivity.

  • Rare Earth Extraction – Hastings Project Case Study Rare Earth Extraction – Hastings Project Case Study

    March 31, 2016 0 comment

    This case study explores the stages, technology and strategy of the Hastings Project – an exciting initiative by Hastings Rare Metals involving heavy rare earths.

  • A Cadia Valley Success Story A Cadia Valley Success Story

    March 21, 2016 0 comment

    An on-site trial of a revolutionary mechanical bucket is yielding benefits for Cadia Valley Operations as well as its manufacturer, Keech Mining Supplies.

  • Out from Behind the Eight Ball in Maintenance Inventory Out from Behind the Eight Ball in Maintenance Inventory

    March 7, 2016 2 comments

    Back in 1946, Nickolas Savko and his wife Gilda started their business in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. with a single truck and a few employees. Nearly 70 years later, Savko is now one of the largest site development contractors in the U.S., with roughly 300 employees and more than 600 pieces of heavy equipment, trucks and tools.

  • Reduced Costs, Better Control, More Up-Time for JCB Reduced Costs, Better Control, More Up-Time for JCB

    February 17, 2016 0 comment

    JCB, one of the world’s top manufacturers of industrial and construction equipment, found that it did not have enough control over mission-critical parts, supplies and repair kits in its inventory. With unrestricted access to the heavy production/maintenance area, costs were spiraling out of control and critical parts, tools and supplies were routinely out of stock and unavailable when needed.