Epiroc’s Boomer M20 offers the latest in design and technology to enable a more accurate, productive and safer underground drilling operation.
Epiroc is set to acquire Canada-based Meglab in a bid to support the mining sector’s transition to battery-electric vehicles.
Epiroc has launched the Boomer M20, the world’s first face drill rig with internal hydraulics, at the Underground Operators Conference in Perth, Western Australia.
A nine-strong fleet of Epiroc drill rigs is creating increased productivity and both financial and environmental savings for a Tier 1 contractor at a Western Australian gold mine.
South32, OZ Minerals and IGO are among the mining companies that have initiated the Electric Mine Consortium to reduce scope one and two carbon emissions in mining operations.
Epiroc has launched two drill bit products, the Omega S rotary and Epsilon² tricone, to boost drilling performance and longevity in underground and surface mining.
Epiroc and Orica have come together to develop the world’s first semi-automated explosives delivery system, Avatel.
Newcrest Mining has achieved a world-first in mobile equipment interoperability at its Cadia Valley gold operations in New South Wales.
The Australian Mining Prospect Awards Epiroc Contract Miner of the Year Award recognises excellence in contract mining, engineering, projects, and services.
In northern Finland, close to the Arctic Circle, Agnico Eagle Finland is operating the Kittilä mine, the largest gold mine in Europe.
Thiess has mobilised a second Epiroc Pit Viper 275 drill fitted with an autonomous drilling system at Bowen Basin Coal’s Lake Vermont project in Queensland.
Epiroc has signed a batteries as a service (BaaS) agreement with Vale to safely install battery plans in two of its mining operations.
Epiroc has enhanced the Minetruck MT65 with an upgrade that lowers the emissions that are generated from the world’s largest capacity underground mine truck.
For 16 years, the Prospect Awards have signified why Australia is home to some of the brightest companies and individuals that are driving the mining industry forward.
Epiroc has unveiled its DM30 II SP blasthole drill, offering increased productivity and efficiency.
The original equipment manufacturer is on track for the future of underground mining with an arsenal of products that offers mining companies opportunities for electrification and automation.
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Roy Hill has signed a contract with Epiroc to automate the Western Australian iron ore miner’s mixed fleet of 77 Hitachi and Cat haul trucks.
The Australian Mining Prospect Awards enters its 17th year doing what it does best: giving credit where credit is due.
Mobilaris together with its partial owner Epiroc is turning underground mining into a transparent environment for all workers with Mobilaris Onboard.