Metso’s mineral business merger with Outotec has been finalised after nearly a year since the signing of the combination agreement.
Metso has updated its crushing and screening mining stations with two modularised variants that aim to deliver lower capital expenditure.
Metso and Outotec have announced a board of directors ahead of the two companies’ combined Metso Outotec organisation.
The European Commission has approved the proposed combination of Metso’s minerals business and Outotec, with the merger on track for completion in June.
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Metso and Outotec are on the verge of combining into a minerals processing powerhouse. Ben Creagh explores what this, along with Metso’s vision for autonomous mineral processing, means for mining.
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The Australian technology industry will only realise the full benefit of automation in the resources sector if vendors become ‘brand agnostic’ and open to collaboration with competitors, according to researchers and industry experts.
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has approved Metso’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets.
Stephan Kirsch’s appointment as global president of Metso’s mining equipment business area in July came at an exciting time for the company.
Autonomous equipment has emerged in some areas of mining, but minerals processing remains a sector where uptake of the technology has been limited. That’s not to say it isn’t possible.
Metso’s proposed tie-up with Outotec Oyj has been approved at an extraordinary general meeting held by the company in Helsinki.
The winners of the 2019 Australian Mining Prospect Awards have been announced at Moda Events in Brisbane.
Metso has maintained its acquisition streak with the latest takeover of McCloskey International, a Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer.
Australian Mining is proud to announce the nominations for next month’s Prospect Awards in Brisbane.
FMR Investments was formed in 2007 when specialist hard rock underground mining services provider Barminco – founded in 1987, divested its contracting business.
Australian Vanadium plans to undertake its vanadium roast pilot at Metso’s Danville, Pennsylvania facilities in the United States, where over 120 grate kiln testing programs have been performed previously.
Metso and Outotec are merging to create a “leading company in process technology, equipment and services” for the minerals, metals and aggregates industries.
Engineering company Metso has been welcomed as a participant of the Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE).
The equipment manufacturer moved into a new product area and strengthened an emerging crusher range with its latest releases at Bauma in Munich last month.