Metso invests in growth: The assembly capacity of Lokotrack crushing plants in Tampere is to be enhanced
The capacity of Metso's Tampere factories will be increased and occupational safety improved with the new production line for Lokotrack mobile crushing plants. The investment of approximately one million euros will significantly shorten the delivery times of equipment models put into line assembly production.
Metso has selected Rockwell Automation to deliver a global industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform that connects, monitors, and performs analytics for Metso's equipment and services, resulting in improved efficiency and profitability for its mining and aggregates customers.
Insee Aggregates selects Metso to supply a complete aggregate processing plant for their Suphanburi Quarry in Thailand
Insee Aggregates has selected Metso to supply a full-scope, state-of-the-art quarry processing plant for the Suphanburi Quarry in Thailand. The delivery covers all the advanced crushing and screening equipment, full electrical plant design, automation software and hardware, as well as related services and sustainable optimization.
Nico Delvaux appointed President and CEO of Metso Corporation
Operational reliability and efficiency of Metsä Fibre's bioproduct mill's production ensured with Metso's valve solutions and maintenance services
Preparations for the start-up of Metsä Fibre's next-generation bioproduct mill are currently under way in Äänekoski, Finland. Start-up is scheduled for late summer.
The new Metso N-Series Mobile Shear/Baler/Logger (NMS) and N-Series Box Shear (NBS) have been developed with active and mobile scrap processing companies in mind.
The Nkomati Nickel Mine in South Africa wanted to achieve a major reduction in unplanned breakdowns and an increase in plant availability and reliability.
"Reliability of supply depends on the performance of our personnel and the processing equipment they use...
The South Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry has awarded Metso in South Korea with the prize of Best Foreign Entrepreneur in 2016, commended by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea Hwang Kyo-ahn.
Digital domains are maturing fast in Metso's business environment. Metso has set up a Digital Program to accelerate the company to a new level in digital capabilities, required to succeed in the future of minerals processing and flow control.
Metso today introduced revolutionary rock crushing technology at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG industry event in Las Vegas.
Metso is expanding its global manufacturing capacity for rubber screening media used in minerals processing by investing in three new injection presses. The presses will be installed at Metso's facilities in Australia, India and Sweden by early 2018.
As part of its Life Cycle Services offering for the aggregates industry, Metso is now introducing a new digital solution to help further optimize mobile crushing and screening equipment operations and maintenance.
Next is Now: Metso to introduce game-changing crushing technology at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas
The launches include one of the most significant product innovations for the industry in decades: a revolutionary crusher that remarkably increases uptime while cutting operational costs. Metso Metrics Services, an out-of-the-box fleet monitoring and management solution, will also be launched. The exclusive preview of these new solutions will take place at Metso's booth C31061.
Metso to support WWF Finland's work to protect Saimaa ringed seal and John Nurminen Foundation's Baltic Sea protection work
Metso has signed a sponsorship agreement with WWF Finland and the John Nurminen Foundation. Metso's support will be focused on the WWF's Saimaa ringed seal conservation work and on the John Nurminen Foundation's projects intended to improve the state of the Baltic Sea.
Metso Corporation's stock exchange release on February 3, 2017 at 8:30 EET
Metso introduces a community-friendly Lokotrack® UrbanTM series to enable safe rock crushing in cities
Metso Lokotrack® UrbanTM seriesmobile crushing plant revolutionizes crushing in densely populated environments, such as city centers. The new solution simplifies crushing operations, incorporates significant noise protection and cuts dust emissions remarkably, minimizing the impact for people living and working around construction sites.
Metso wins recognition as a leading brand in the Brazilian mining sector for the second consecutive year
For the second year running, a survey conducted by IN THE MINE magazine in Brazil ranked Metso as a leading brand in the Brazilian mining sector. Metso was number one in the categories of Crushing and Maintenance of Mineral Beneficiation Mills.
The award was presented to Laukkala by the Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) together with Commercial Risk Europe on December 6th, 2016. The Excellence in Risk Management Awards were organized for the first time to honor outstanding individuals for their achievements in the field of risk management.
Metso's valves will be used in conjunction with the power plant's three different boiler units to control the power plant's process flows. Optimally selected, reliable valve solutions enable efficient and safe energy production at low costs and with minimal environmental impacts.
Metso continues to be included in CDP's Climate Change evaluation at the Leadership level with an A- ranking (the scale of the index was A-D). This year's evaluation covered a total of 5,800 companies globally and the global average ranking was C.
Boliden selects Metso to supply equipment for a new surface crushing station to Aitik copper mine in Sweden
The supply consists of two primary gyratory crushers, two rock breakers, two apron feeders, chutes, conveyors, spare & wear parts, engineering and installation.
Summary of Metso's January-September 2016 Interim Review. (Results audiocast today at 13:00 EEST (5:00 EST, 10:00 UTC, 11:00 CET)).
To Qulong in China’s western Tibet Autonomous Region.
Today, mines are continuously being challenged to rethink how to shape their operations to be more sustainable and profitable. Metso's comprehensive in-the-pit solutions (ITPS) trim the operations by optimizing the entire process - from design to selection of machinery and to production. This results in a savings of water and energy, and a cost reduction of up to 35%.