Suppliers & Equipment

MICROMINE’s Academic Licencing Scheme (ALS) partners with Indonesian universities to allow for real time learning

MICROMINE’s ALS partnerships aim to create an environment for real time learning and provide students with valuable on the job skills. MICROMINE’s Academic Licencing Scheme (ALS) has been introduced in over 120 academic institutions world-wide and now expands to three new universities in Indonesia.

JLT Mobile Computers Ups Performance and Productivity of VERSO+ 10 Rugged Computer with Intel Bay Trail Power

Popular VERSO+ 10 Dockable Mobile Computer Now Equipped with Intel® Processor E3845 for 2.5x More Processing Power in the Industry’s Smallest Form Factor

Veolia’s HPD crystallization technology chosen for new lithium processing plant in China

Veolia Water Technologies is providing HPD® Evaporation and Crystallization equipment vital to the operations of General Lithium Ltd’s new lithium hydroxide monohydrate and lithium carbonate plant in Jiangxi Province, China.

KP Chair flags independent funding of NGOS in the KPCS by year end

KP Chair committed to install fair funding model for NGOs

Anglo American soars on positive production report

Shares were up more than 5% after the firm posted higher output across all divisions, except for copper, and said market conditions for its diamond business had improved.

Caterpillar axes sales forecast, warns factors depressing orders could linger

While quarterly earnings beat analysts expectations, revenue fell short of estimates and CAT also lowered its full-year guidance.

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Bringing the benefits of mobile computing to the mining industry

When the word ‘mobile’ is mentioned it most likely invokes an image of a smart phone and, for some, the cellular network infrastructure that enables it.

Nevada Mining Exploration battered by withdrawals, sage grouse, bonding hikes

When Nevada became a state in 1864, an estimated 60 million acres were available for mineral entry in Nevada, of that total 16 million acres have been withdrawn.

PhotoSat verifies the accuracy of survey data from the new KOMPSAT-3A satellite to 21cm in elevation

Engineers to benefit from high quality satellite survey data

Giving investors confidence in project reporting when mineral market turns

High levels of investor trust in the resource and reserve figures and value forecasts for exploration and pre-development mining projects will underpin the mining sector’s return to health when commodity prices improve

GroundProbe partners with NavStar to offer GeoExplorer 6

GroundProbe has announced a partnership with NavStar, a specialist developer and market leader of geotechnical data aggregation software and systems, to give GroundProbe customers access to their intuitive GeoExplorer 6 data integration platform and the accompanying GroundProbe module.

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.

MICROMINE Founder wins highest individual honour at Australian Mining awards

MICROMINE Founder and Director, Graeme Tuder won the Contribution to Mining Award at the Australian Mining Prospect Awards 2016 held at Dultone House in Sydney on Friday evening.

Junior miners rebound as investors see opportunity

Investors are returning to the junior resources sector on the back of growing confidence, sending the share prices of some Australian junior miners soaring by up to 700% during the past 12 months.

Caterpillar rally hindered by fresh drop in sales

The world’s largest heavy machinery maker has logged a 18% drop in global sales of machinery for the three-month period ended in September.

Mining robots key to colonizing Mars — Elon Musk

He envisions people living in big glass-carbon fiber domes on the surface, with additional areas mined out below the surface by robots for "industrial" uses.

Decision on coal mine close to UK reserve ‘could spell end’ to industry

Banks Group’s Highthorn coal mine would provide about 100 jobs during its five-year operation, with no mining activity planned within 500 metres of Druridge Bay beach.

Atlas Copco’s campaign wows advertisers

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Atlas Copco nominated in two categories in Sweden’s most prestigious communication competition

The competition called 100-wattaren is the most prestigious communication competition in Sweden, and is rewarding activities with proven effect through high creativity.