Metso and WEARX are working together to add more value for mineral processing customers.
Grange Resources has successfully reduced costs and boosted the efficiency of its Savage River iron ore operation in Tasmania through a mill upgrade project.
Columbus Group won the Metso Excellence in Environmental Management at the 2017 Prospect Awards in Sydney for its research into carob fuel.
Metso has announced its purchase of Newcastle-based mining wear protection brand WEARX in an attempt to solidify its position as a premier mining services provider in Australia.
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.
Metso is introducing a new attachment system for its Trellex screening media that makes media change-outs safer and faster, increasing productivity in minerals processing.
Metso is restructuring its minerals business by dividing it into two new areas – Minerals Services and Minerals Consumables.
An investment in next generation crushing technology has boosted plant safety and efficiency for Boral in South Australia.
Metso’s new MX cone crusher is achieving notable outcomes around the world for its users.
Metso has successfully delivered the first of two new mills at Grange Resources’ Savage River iron ore mine in Tasmania.
Metso has launched a new rock crushing technology, which it says cuts operational costs by 10 per cent and enables 10 per cent higher uptime compared to traditional cone crushers.
Metso is expanding its global manufacturing capacity for rubber screening media used in minerals processing by investing in three new injection presses, including one for its Australian facility.
Metso has signed a deal with Codelco to aid the transformation of the enormous Chuquicamata mine from open cut to underground.
A complex site constraint combined with tight project stipulations saw an innovative approach in PNG.
A redesign of discharge chutes at a copper mine has resulted in increased service life.
As time draws down for nominations, we look at the sponsors who support our annual Prospect Awards.
Metso has released its new Nordberg C130 jaw crusher.
Metso has signed a minerals processing development technology agreement with the University of Queensland’s JKTech.
Underground mining presents a unique set of challenges, so careful planning pays off.
Metso has rejected the latest takeover offer from the Weir Group.