Epiroc’s after-market division is responsible for all capital ranges across all divisions.
Stand B26, Outdoor area 1 “Epiroc has always prided itself on taking the needs of the customers into account,” says Hedley Birnie, Regional Business Line Manager of Epiroc’s Surface and Exploration Drilling, the division that […]
Epiroc shows its 100% commitment by assisting, supporting and holding hands with customers during this digital and automation journey. This combined with the development of key skills and competencies through the Regional Application Centres, backed by local support, differentiate Epiroc in the automation and digital technology space.
The aftermarket division caters to all Epiroc capital equipment encompassing eleven product lines including drilling and underground mining machines. The broad aftermarket solution which contains specialist tooling and tool kits, after-sales service, rebuild, technology, telematics, and training, caters to customers and end-users in South Africa as well as in Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Epiroc made the bold decision to establish a foothold in Mozambique with the opening of an office in the country’s capital, in 2013. The key objective was to create a direct presence with higher competence to support local customers. Responsible for serving customers and end-users across a wide spectrum of markets and diverse applications, the Maputo office was becoming increasingly inadequate.
The World Health Organisation’s safety day focus this year was on child labour. However, globally Epiroc decided to focus on topics close to their own health and safety culture.
With its unique platform design which incorporates a solid bit with no centre flushing hole and no exhaust tube, the hammer is 30% shorter, lighter and faster, a trio that contribute to reduced wear and tear and consequently greater reliability and improved economy.
The new Minetruck MT2200 from Epiroc is now ready for rollout to boost underground haulage capacity and efficiency in mining operations throughout the world. The Minetruck MT2200 shares the same sleek dimensions of its popular Minetruck MT2010 predecessor, but the newest Minetruck can capably transport even heavier loads of up to 22 metric tonnes.
The mine of the future is carbon-dioxide-free, digitized and autonomous.
Epiroc releases fully automatic functionality for the Serpent ventilation system – Serpent Automatic
Epiroc now takes its successful Serpent ventilation system to the next level by launching automatic functionality. Serpent Automatic optimizes air quality, air flow and energy expenditure automatically and can radically reduce energy consumption and ventilation costs.
Epiroc opened its doors to welcome 27 female learners to experience corporate office life as part of the Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work initiative.
“All the capabilities and features of the COP 1838 HD+ has been optimised in the COP MD20 making it hands down the toughest drill in mining,” says Business Line Manager for Epiroc’s Underground Rock Excavation (URE) Division, Vince Tyler.
Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, has agreed to acquire the assets of Renegade Drilling Supplies Proprietary Ltd., a South African manufacturer and distributor of drilling consumables for mining exploration.
Effective 1 November 2017, Atlas Copco grows into two separate international groups of companies.