Epiroc and Orica have come together to develop the world’s first semi-automated explosives delivery system, Avatel.
Orica has secured a five-year contract to deliver explosives technology and blasting services for Glencore’s Australian copper and zinc operations.
The finalists of the 17th Endeavour Awards have been announced despite the challenges that the manufacturing sector faces.
Orica has released the latest blast design and modelling software for underground mining applications, SHOTPlus Underground.
Epiroc Rock Drills and Orica are joining forces to develop a semi-automated explosives delivery system, enabling safer and more productive blasting operations in underground mines.
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BHP Mitsui Coal has taken the title of completing the world’s largest wireless blast at the Poitrel coal mine using Orica WebGen technology.
GroundProbe has released MonitorIQ, a platform that consolidates all monitoring data, removing the need to switch between multiple platforms.
Real-time subsurface evaluation of resources has become a reality through DataCloud’s combination of geoscience expertise and technological prowess.
Austmine reveals the five key themes that emerged for the mining and METS sector at its 2019 mining innovation conference in Brisbane.
Orica releases automated rock sizing measurement technology, FRAGTrack as part of its BlastIQ digital blast optimisation platform suite.
Austmine 2019 has announced its award winners at the Industry Leaders’ Dinner and Awards in Brisbane, Queensland this week.
For market leading explosives provider Orica, technical innovations in the mining sector are presenting an incredible array of opportunities and growth.
Drill and blast major Orica has revealed its new digital platform BlastIQ. The system is designed to bring digital connectivity to the company’s blasting operations in an effort to reduce costs and improve efficiency and safety.
Eight mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies have received a total of $7.14 million from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to tackle METS sector priorities.
Orica has confirmed that it is the new explosives supplier for BHP and Roy Hill at their iron ore operations in the Pilbara region.
Explosives and blasting specialist Orica has secured a deal to acquire GroundProbe from Crescent Capital Partners for $205 million.
Orica chairman Malcolm Broomhead explained at the company’s annual general meeting that the several senior executives would receive bonus cuts in light of two work fatalities during the 2017 financial year, one in Peru and the other in Sweden.
Ex-Orica CEO (currently board chairman) and BHP non-executive director Malcolm Broomhead has stepped in to replace Malcolm Brinded as chairman of the company’s sustainability committee.
Two workers were killed by an explosion at a Chilean Orica factory over the weekend.