Epiroc’s Per Lindberg and Helena Hedblom describe the company’s plans in mining ahead of its split from Atlas Copco into a stand-alone business.
The 2018 Prospect Awards could be the biggest event so far in its 15-year history.
Atlas Copco has secured a deal to acquire the assets of Australian mining services provider, Hy-Performance Fluid Power.
Atlas Copco has agreed to acquire Australian mining services company, Rockdrill Services.
Atlas Copco has launched the Minetruck MT54, a haulage truck designed to ramp up productivity in the mining industry.
Atlas Copco has announced its acquisition of major US drill supplier and operator Cate Drilling Solutions. The drilling company, based in Salt Lake City, Utah and currently supplying drills for operations in Utah, Idaho, Nevada and Wyoming, was acquired for a sum not thought to be materially significant to divulge.
It was a big night for the industry as the winners of the 2017 Australian Mining Prospect Awards took to the stage at Ivy in Sydney.
The global mining automation market is expected to grow in value by almost 50 per cent by 2023, according to a report.
Automation and digitalisation are the future of the mining industry. But automation is not just about remotely controlled machines.
Atlas Copco is launching the new generation Mobile Miner product line, the next step in the evolution of mechanical rock excavation.
Atlas Copco has expanded its manufacturing plant in India, boosting its productivity solutions for the mining sector.
Atlas Copco has launched the Dynamic tunnelling package, new automation software which it says improves accuracy of the excavation as drill plans are always fitted for the current section.
Australian Mining brings readers the latest corporate appointments and departures in the local and international mining industry, including the appointment of a managing director at Doray Minerals and Fortescue’s new CFO.
Swedish equipment manufacturer Atlas Copco is planning to split into two companies next year, with its mining and construction tools division shaping as the basis of a new entity.
Mining equipment manufacturer Atlas Copco believes the new SmartROC CL might be the most efficient surface drill rig it has ever built, providing Australian mining companies with potential to lower costs and lift productivity.
In order to demonstrate the extra five tonnes of payload capacity in the MT65 underground truck, Atlas Copco crushes a ‘band’.
Atlas Copco has demonstrated the robustness of its newly released automated Boomer S2 by letting the ‘Hydraulic Press Guy’ launch objects at it.
Byrnecut has ordered two of Atlas Copco’s latest MT65 haul trucks – the world’s largest capacity underground truck – following successful trials at St Barbara’s Gwalia mine in WA.
Atlas Copco has given Australian miners a sneak peek at its latest underground haul truck, the MT65, ahead of its official unveiling at MINExpo.
Atlas Copco has launched 18 new additions to its open frame diesel-driven centrifugal dewatering pump range.