Hitachi has unveiled the EX3600-7 mining excavator, the fourth machine in its EX-7 series following the launch of the EX5600-7, EX2600-7 and EX1200-7.
Hitachi Construction Machinery continues to make waves in the mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector with the release of new models in its mining fleet.
Epiroc finance manager Claudia Ledesma provides an inside look into the company’s journey to become a standalone company, and what the equipment manufacturer has achieved so far.
National Group is making moves in the mining industry with the acquisition of automation-focused Wolff Mining.
The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is set to make batteries not only part of its underground machinery, but also the service it provides mining companies.
A “game changing” haul truck designed and built by Bis has conquered another trial at Gold Fields’ Granny Smith mine in Western Australia.
Komatsu has placed its 100th air-cooled (AC) multidrive order for open-pit shovels from ABB, joining over 90 ABB AC drives already in operation on Komatsu’s customer mine sites around the world.
National Group-owned company National Machinery Xchange (NMX) has secured exclusive rights to manage the sale of surplus Caterpillar components.
Mining equipment specialist Emeco Holdings will spend around $90 million on new assets to contribute to earnings and cash generation in the 2020 financial year.
National Group’s delivery of several Tier 1 ultra-class projects in 2018 was emblematic of mining’s returning fortunes. Australian Mining speaks to company founder Mark Ackroyd about what’s next.
Queensland-based auctioneer Lloyds has noted a large uptake of used equipment sales in the civil and mining industries due to an increase in works.
Metso has won orders for comminution and material handling technologies for three greenfield iron ore and copper projects in Australia and South America.
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 mining industry continues to experience improved market conditions as we move to the midway point of 2018.
A new Australian research project hopes to revolutionise the manufacture of precision-engineered mineral separation and mining equipment.
Mining equipment rental company Emeco is bolstering its digital capabilities by rolling out an advanced Internet of Things (IoT) solution that will track and harvest data from its assets.
From the industrial revolution to today’s digital revolution – mining has been surprisingly creative when it comes to boosting safety and productivity, according to Volvo.
Things are seldom ‘normal’ in the world of mining. Things are either very good or very bad. When it comes to mining equipment sales, for much of this decade they have been decidedly bad.
Volatile prices of commodities or raw materials is the major trend observed in the last few years, according to Grand View Research. The mining equipment market is also expected to witness the impact of this unpredictability.
Komatsu Australia has released the D375A-8 dozer with the promise of delivering increased production, reduced operating costs, new operator assist and comfort features, and improved maintainability and service life.