Sandvik has refreshed its iSURE (intelligent Sandvik underground rock excavation) software with the new iteration including advanced metrics and a three-day training program for mining applications.
Sandvik has used a digital live show to showcase its latest development in surface top hammer drilling, the Top Hammer XL.
Sandvik has launched a Dual Controls package for its DD422i and DD422iE face drills to better optimise the development drills for multitasking.
Sandvik has unveiled the Toro LH410 loader, which features a superior lift height and revamped technologies for underground mining applications.
Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, including at Gold Fields, Sandvik and Hastings Technology Metals.
Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions has upgraded its DD210 development drill rig by introducing the DD212, a single-boom, electro-hydraulic drill for tunnelling and mining development.
Sandvik is set to acquire global mining solutions provider DSI Underground for €943 million ($1.5 billion).
Kirkland Lake Gold has outlined zero harm and a lower environmental footprint in its requirements for technology innovation at the Fosterville gold mine in Victoria.
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has signed a lease to build a workshop in Perth to better serve Western Australian mining and construction customers.
Sandvik has agreed to undertake a trial with Barrick to trial battery electric vehicles (BEVs) for underground hard rock mining environments.
Rammer, the leading supplier of smart rockbreaker technology, achieved another milestone in September of having over 3000 rockbreakers globally equipped with Rammer RD3 monitoring device sending data to MyFleet platform.
The Australian Mining Prospect Awards Indigenous Engagement Award recognises collaboration between Aboriginal-owned businesses and mining and minerals processing companies operating within Australia.
Sandvik has signed a long-term agreement with Glencore Queensland Metals to supply underground mobile mining equipment at Glencore’s Queensland and New South Wales metalliferous mines.
Sandvik will next year launch the Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions business area, which will replace the current Crushing and Screening division.
Sandvik is set to offload its exploration business to an Australian-owned company, Drillman, for an undisclosed price.
Sandvik develops some of the world’s most advanced autonomous mining solutions at its Tampere test mine in Finland, including AutoMine Concept, which the company launched at its Innovation in Mining Virtual Event.
Sandvik has showcased Automine Concept, a future vision for fully autonomous mining vehicles that use new sensing capabilities and artificial intelligence (AI) for real-time reactions to their environment.
Sandvik has launched the battery-powered LH518B loader, an 18-tonne machine equipped with Artisan Vehicles’ electric battery system for lower emissions without compromising on power.
Sandvik has updated its operator training simulator Digital Driller to safely train underground drill operators and maintenance teams.
Sandvik has reintroduced its earlier, renowned Toro family name for its underground hard rock loaders and trucks.