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Mining new discoveries with Weir Minerals

Mining companies are under intense pressure to increase production through the optimisation of their current plant and its resources. In order to achieve this, it is important they preserve and extend their assets, a tactic which Weir Minerals is very familiar with.

Demand soars for Brakpan company after replacing sand screw classifier with CDE EvoWash

Following the installation of a CDE EvoWash 72 on their sister company’s site Analiza, South African brick and block manufacturer Multi Crete Bricks “just can’t keep up with orders”, according to its CEO Christo Niemand.

Largest private IPP in Ghana on course for 2017 completion

Cenpower set to support the energy needs of approximately one million households.

Asia Pacific’s 2017 mining leaders announced

A key feature of the annual Mines and Money Asia conference, taking place in Hong Kong next week, April 5-7 is the announcement of the official winners of the Mines and Money Asia Outstanding Achievement Awards recognising both companies and individuals for their notable achievements in the past year.

TLT ACTOM launches complete ventilation solution

TLT ACTOM aims to offer South Africa’s mining and power sector more than just innovative ventilation fans – their customised systems ensure that working conditions are safe and energy efficiency maximized as part of a holistic Total Ventilation Solution that aims to reduce total cost of ownership.

Miners should look further afield to solve operational challenges

In a wide-ranging interview ahead of Dr Stegman’s appearance at the Austmine 2017: Mining’s Innovation Imperative conference in May, the Rio Tinto leader spoke at length about his company’s attitude towards digital innovation and about how Mining, Equipment, Technology and Service (METS) firms can take advantage.

Miners to spend $21 billion on exploration by 2025

Equipment and services suppliers will have to wait at least another year until they can fully feel the impact of this trend, says CSA Global — the world's second-largest mining sector consultancy.

Eldorado to begin production at its Greek Olympias mine by year-end

The Canadian miner also said it has obtained better terms for concentrate sales from the project, which are likely to add 15,000 ounces of payable gold production a year.

Trump signs executive order undoing Obama's clean power plan

He has instruct has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review and rewrite it.

Horton announces expansion of high-efficiency, hybrid-flow fan product line

Fans combine the best features of axial-, mixed- and radial-flow technology for optimal performance

Hi-tech steps towards ‘mine of the future’ – Holland

Gold mining can withstand the current headwinds and look forward to many decades of profitability.

Vale’s new CEO Schvartsman a political move in the right direction — analysts

Fabio Schvartsman will lead the transition of the world’s largest iron ore miner into a new shareholding structure.

Talbert Manufacturing introduces 55-Ton extendable trailer

The innovative 53-foot unit allows users to haul a wide range of large equipment, such as bridge beams, conveyors, generators, pressure vessels and tanks, then retract the trailer to 32 feet 6 inches.

This potash producer will help marijuana growers get a better product

IC Potash Corp. is creating a subsidiary that will focus on enhancing yields for cannabis growers and increasing the health impact and effects for consumers.

MABC announces departure of President and CEO

The Mining Association of British Columbia announces that Karina Briño, President and CEO, has decided to advance to a new chapter in her life and will be taking on a challenging new industry assignment in her native Chile in early May 2017.

Metso scalper delivers a heavyweight punch with lightweight agility

The success and efficient operation in South Africa of several of the recently launched Metso Lokotrack®ST2.8™ heavy duty scalpers has led to a sale and successful installation at a major open cast manganese mining operation in the Northern Cape province.

Chris Thompson’s thoughts on Victoria Gold

Chris Thompson, Research Analyst at Raymond James gives his thoughts on Victoria Gold.

Resurrecting a past producing gold mine

Mackie Research’s Senior Mining Analyst, Barry Allan talks gold and we visit Minnova Corp, on track to resurrect a past producing gold mine in Manitoba.

Iron ore hits lowest price since early February

The steelmaking ingredient has shed almost $10 a tonne in just a week.

K+S Potash to begin production at its Legacy mine in Saskatchewan by year-end

Before the end of 2017, K+S Potash Canada and Amec Foster Wheeler hope to start production at their Legacy project in Saskatchewan.

World’s first seabed gold, copper, silver mine to begin production in 2019

Canada’s Nautilus Minerals is getting closer to kicking off operations at its Solwara 1 gold, copper and silver project off the coast of Papua Guinea.

Advantages of on-board truck scale technology for the mining industry

As a method of accurately weighing the payload of a vehicle from anywhere,on-board truck scales are proving especially useful for organizations involved in mining, transportation and logistics.

How Goldcorp’s new COO plans to disrupt the mining industry

Todd White explains the main goals of the company’s digital transformation strategy.

‘Perfect’ 59.6-carat pink diamond set to break records in new auction

Experts predict the plum-size internally flawless pink gem could fetch over $60 million in Hong Kong next month.

Donald Trump approves Keystone XL pipeline

He said the project would employ 28,000 people, with TransCanada predicting only 13,000 temporary construction jobs and the US State Department saying only 50 of them will be permanent positions.