The Artisan Z50 battery-electric haul truck has given underground mining companies a vision of what a cleaner, safer mining future could look like in Australia earlier than many expected. Changing the mindset towards battery-electric machinery has been a challenge in the underground mining sector in Australia. The benefits of electrification are widely known. Once operational, … Continue reading Sandvik shifts mindset underground with Artisan Z50
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