Kazakhmys, the world's 10th largest copper miner, was confident the long-term outlook for copper remained positive as a surge in prices drove its full-year profit higher. Kazakhmys said on Thursday its 2010 earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rose 59.5 percent to $1.93 billion. According to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S estimates, the average EBITDA forecast stood at $1.86 billion.
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Aker Solutions awards ABB contract on behalf of Kazakhmys PLC for engineering, delivery and installation of three gearless mill drive systems, the first to be delivered in Kazakhstan. Read the full press release
Mining & Quarry World reports that in 2008 Rösler finalised with one of the worlds largest copper mining companies, Kazakhmys, the contract to install a turn key retreading facility for Kazakhmys’ underground and open pit […]
In 2008 Rösler finalized with one of the worlds largest copper mining companies, Kazakhmys, the contract to install a turn key retreading facility for Kazakhmys' underground and open pit opera-tions in Kazakhstan. In only 18 […]
International Mining’s October issue, currently in final production, includes a focus on the mining industry of Kazakhstan, where one of the major mining companies is Kazakhmys, the world’s No.10 copper producer. Paus reports that since 2007 it has delivered a total of 34 personnel transporters to Kazakhmys. In these underground copper mines, the Minca 18 carries miners [...]