Suppliers & Equipment

IISD Welcomes Greg Radford as Director of Secretariat for Sustainable Mining Initiative

The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) is pleased to welcome Greg Radford as Director of the Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF).

Half of Canada’s working population is unhappy, Hays Canada study shows

Canadians put money ahead of workplace ‘fit’ resulting in low morale, lost productivity and employee churn

Dunlop® Protective Footwear acquires ONGUARD accelerating global expansion

Dunlop Protective Footwear, the global market leader in protective boots, takes an important step in its growth strategy with the acquisition of ONGUARD Industries from Ansell Corporation.

Top Diamond Producers Invited to Take Part in World Diamond Congress in Dubai

The Congress, to take place in Dubai from May 16 to 19, will address the issue of 'Transparency, Responsibility, Sustainability in Producing Countries' on the morning of May 19, with representatives of global producers participating in a panel discussion.

Simba S7 – a production drill with game changing precision

Atlas Copco, one of the leading providers of sustainable productivity solutions, is introducing a new and improved model in the production drill category: Simba S7. The Simba S7 shows off with its game changing precision, assuring more precise drilling and less waste.

Newmont Mining turns 95

Newmont Mining Corporation was officially incorporated on May 2, 1921.

Clinton begins touring core of US struggling coal industry

She is still trying to recover from her televised comments in March, when she said she would put coal companies and miners out of business.

Sinking Mosaic K3 Expansion with JS Redpath/AMC

The K3 complex will comprise two 20-foot diameter shafts sunk to a depth of approximately 3,700 feet below collar together with the necessary service shaft head frame and hoists, ventilation circuits and the associated surface infrastructure.

Top uranium producer Cameco posts surprise loss

Weak prices and demand have forced the Canadian company to lower its output forecast for the year.

CGG enters into a binding agreement for the sale of its Multi-Physics Business

CGG announced today that it has entered into a binding agreement with NEOS for the sale of its Multi-Physics Business Line encompassing gravity, magnetic, electromagnetic and radiometric surveys with an advanced range of airborne fixed-wing and helicopter systems and the General Geophysics Italy business specializing in high-end land EM processing and imaging.

NASA unveils gold-covered telescope that will put the Hubble to shame

The $10 billion James Webb telescope is equipped with a collapsible honeycomb-like mirror made of 18 gleaming, gold-covered pieces.

Women’s Mining Coalition meets with over 210 Congressional and Regulatory Offices

Thirty-eight members of the Women’s Mining Coalition (WMC) from 16 states traveled to Washington D.C. for the 24th annual Fly-In meetings on Capitol Hill.

Metso launches the N Series, a new recycling equipment product range to offer versatility and a broader choice to the scrap metal industry

Metso has expanded its offering for the scrap metal recycling industry with the new Metso N Series products. With this expanded range of products, Metso aims to satisfy the requirements of small, medium and larger processors in the industry.

MICROMINE and Carlson Software Inc. Strengthen Partnership to Deliver Cutting Edge Mining Solutions within Pitram

MICROMINE, leading provider of intuitive software solutions to the global exploration and mining industry, continues to strengthen its partnership with Carlson Software Inc. after a recent week-long visit at MICROMINE’s Perth HQ.

Metso continues to expand presence in Poland

Metso has opened a new service center specialized in process valve and field equipment solutions in Poland. The center has a key role in supporting pulp and paper, refinery and petrochemical industry customers with daily services, shutdowns and long-term maintenance programs.

CIM, SME partner with EduMine to provide premium courses to members

The mining groups will begin offering the premiere online professional development program to their members later this year.

Stertil-Koni signs new distributor, City Lift & Lube, to serve customers in northwestern NY state

Established Pro Brings Extensive Experience in Construction and Lift Installations to Stertil-Koni’s North American Network

Global oil supply could face 4.5 million barrels shortfall — Wood Mackenzie

Current oil oversupply could reverse within 20 years as low oil prices have forced pricers to slash spending on exploration and production, a report by Wood Mackenzie shows.

Stanford University decision to keep fossil fuels holdings triggers uproar

The board of trustees said they didn't believe in divesting from the fossil fuel industry until there are competitive and readily available alternatives.

Adani’s $12bn Carmichael project hit with yet another lawsuit

A green group asked the Supreme Court in Queensland to review the environmental approval of the controversial coal mine and rail project.