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Mining Magazine Nov 15
Poland-based Famur Group signed a contract on November 8 for delivery of a longwall system with the necessary equipment to coal producer PT Gerbang Daya Mandiri in Indonesia |
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Mining Magazine Nov 15
Siemens and juwi have joined forces to enter into a strategic technology partnership to focus on microgrids in the mining industry |
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Mining Magazine Nov 15
BMA is introducing autonomous vehicles at its Goonyella Riverside coal mine in Queensland; however, the CFMEU has raised concerns about potential job losses |
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Mining Magazine Nov 15
Canadian miner Centerra Gold has received normal course approvals for its Öksüt project in south-central Turkey, allowing its crews to begin crushing stockpiled ore and stack at the heap leach |
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Mining Magazine Nov 15
British Columbia, Canada-based miner Bayhorse Silver has begun production of silver concentrates at its Bayhorse silver mine in Oregon, US, following mill commissioning in late September |
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Mining Magazine Nov 15
The general trend of opting for bigger operations, bigger mobile machinery and bigger processing equipment can still be witnessed at most major mine sites, says ($) |
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Mining Magazine Nov 15
Komatsu plans to deploy 37 of its 930E ultra-class electrical dump trucks as part of an Autonomous Haulage System at Vale’s Carajás iron ore mine in Brazil |
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Mining Magazine Nov 14
Canada-based gold junior Novo Resources has confirmed ‘encouraging' results from gold processing testing at the Steinert Global facility in Perth, Western Australia |
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Mining Magazine Nov 14
Equipment transportation group ALE was retained to transport four vanadium leach tanks from a manufacturing facility in Vanderbijlpark to a mine site some 252.3 kilometres away in the North West province |
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Mining Magazine Nov 14
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has launched a 12-tonne capacity, heavy-duty flameproof underground load-haul-dump (LHD) machine, the Sandvik LS312 |
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Mining Magazine Nov 14
Two key METS players join forces to develop a semi-automated explosives delivery system for underground mines, moving the industry further down the road towards fully autonomous D&B |
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Mining Magazine Nov 14
Ore is about to pass through the plant at the first new copper mine built on US soil in more than a decade $ |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
Two Quebec universities & six mining companies are extending their partnership to continue the Research Institute on Mines and Environment (RIME) |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
First Quantum Minerals’ Kansanshi mine in Zambia has significantly reduced costs and improved productivity by applying Weir Minerals’ Linatex rubber lining solutions |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
Rebecca Bothamley, partner at law firm Mayer Brown International, talks M&A in the gold mining sector |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
Norilsk Nickel and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization say they will work together on projects and technologies to reduce the environmental impact of the metals and mining industry |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
Enaex, a subsidiary of the Sigdo Koppers Group, has reached an agreement with integrated energy and chemical company Sasol to become a strategic partner for its explosives and rock fragmentation division |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
Micromine 2020, the latest version of MICROMINE’s 3-D mine design and planning solution, was released earlier this week; it includes new value-add features and optimised workflows and functionality |
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Mining Magazine Nov 13
Rio Tinto Iron Ore chief executive Chris Salisbury believes miners' concerns about automation can be allayed $ |
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