Mining is likely to see big changes over the next 10 years.
As commodity prices enjoy another bull run, how is the mining industry reacting to change? Professional services firm Deloitte Global identified 10 key trends facing the industry in their recent Tracking the Trends report.
The new company will be dedicated to customers within mining and civil engineering.
The Atlas Copco Board is proposing a split of Atlas Copco Group, which will turn the Mining and Rock Excavation Technique Business Area and division Construction Tools into a separate company. The new
The Quester range was recently launched in Ethiopia, and will be introduced in several markets within the southern and eastern Africa region within the next year.
UD Trucks has announced that it is focussed on expanding and growing its business within Southern and Eastern Africa.
While the technology is available, South African mining organisations are largely not ready to embrace it.
The technologies to make mining great again already exist, but are mining firms ready to adopt them? By Louise Steenekamp, Director, Energy & Natural Resources – South Africa, Wipro Limited
More than ever energy efficiency has become a critical component of operating a successful earthmoving or mining fleet.
Major selling points of equipment remain their ability to consume less fuel while offering more productivity.
This exactly why so many original equipment manufacturers have invested so much time
FAW is making light work of challenging operating conditions at a South African Andalusite mine.
Dust, dirt, loose sand and corrugated roads are ‘all in a day’s work’ for the fleet of FAW 28.280FD 6X4 tippers operating on the andalusite operation of Imerys Refractories (Pty) Ltd
Bucket crushers are equipped to handle large-scale quarrying activities.
Many international quarries are using MB products.
For example, in northern Turkey on the Black Sea, in Bilecik marble quarry, the BF135.8 bucket crushers are used in mining activities, while breaking the material required for the rehabilitation of
From left: Louw Kriel, Digby Glover and Dawie Marais
Three years of successful collaboration on Gravico mining aftermarket products has led the partners – the Vereeniging-based DCD Group and Netherlands-based Southwest Group – to consolidate the venture into a stand-alone business incorporating assets from both stakeholders.
Preventative maintenance translates into increased machine availability on site.
I recently visited a mine site in South Africa where a fleet of more than 100 earthmoving machines were hard at work on a 24/7 basis. The equipment’s cycles are so carefully planned that unavailability of
The design and installation of a vehicle fire protection system requires that mining vehicles go through a fire risk evaluation.
Mining vehicles are high-value assets operating under harsh conditions that could result in a fire outbreak at any moment. The appropriate protection should therefore always be