FLSmidth starts 2018 with a new state-of-the-art service centre that sets a high standard for the company in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales.
FLSmidth has confirmed it will continue to design and manufacture its range of woven-wire screen media for the mineral processing, construction and aggregate industries in Australia.
Sandvik plans to sell a part of its Mining Systems product area to FLSmidth. Mining Systems is a supplier of design and engineering of material handling systems.
The Queensland department of natural resources and mines (DNRM) has granted the final heritage approval for Carbine Resources’ Mount Morgan gold copper project, southwest of Rockhampton.
Australian Mining speaks to Laserbond chairman Allan Morton about the company’s partnership with the University of South Australia and its vision for the future.
Industrial automation customers can improve their short-circuit protection with a new line of current-limiting, moulded-case circuit breakers, claims Rockwell Automation. The line expands the Allen-Bradley Bulletin 140G moulded-case circuit breakers and offers more comprehensive, fast-acting, short-circuit protection, according to the manufacturer. The line expansion protects against overload, short-circuit and ground-fault conditions. The new line of … Continue reading Current-limiting circuit breaker offer fast-acting protection
Hedweld Engineering has opened a new manufacturing facility in Mt. Thorley, NSW, to foster innovation in the Hunter region.
Orica and Yara have opened their joint venture Yara Pilbara Nitrates ammonium nitrate plant, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, and expect it to be operational by the year’s end.
Caterpillar has announced it will discontinue manufacture of its room and pillar and track drills.
Atlas Copco has consolidated its mining consumables business in the US and its mining equipment operations in China.
In a move that could help reinvigorate the metal production industry in Australia, CSIRO and Enirgi Group have joined forces to develop and commercialise an affordable and low-emission technology for producing magnesium metal.
A new Manufacturing Centre of Excellence has been opened in Burnie, in response to Caterpillar Underground Mining’s decision to move manufacturing to Thailand.
Fears that the Chinese Australian Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) will lead to a flood of Chinese workers in Australia are unfounded. The amount that China invests overseas is not linked to the flow of Chinese labour and in fact Australia could stand benefit from the investment the agreement will promote.
The South Australian government and SA senator Nick Xenophon have urged the new federal government to secure the long-term future of the Whyalla steelworks.
As mining endures the downturn, it now has the opportunity to adopt innovations from other industries, Adrian Hale, director of Natural Resources, Asia Pacific South, Dassault Systèmes, writes.
Arrium’s Moly-Cop grinding media business has lodged an application with Chilean environmental authorities to double capacity at its Mejillones plant.
Eleven reportable leaks have led to investigations at the Pilbara Fertiliser site in Western Australia, owned by Yara International.
Labor will announce a commitment worth $100 million to attempt to save Arrium’s Whyalla plant, but the federal government has criticised the timing of the news, saying it wouldn’t enter a political auction on the issue.
The first graphene factory in the country has been opened in Geelong, which can “consider itself the graphene capital of Australia” according to the company behind it.
Glencore has announced that it will be closing its North Queensland Bowen Coke Works facility over the next few months.