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Creating solutions capable of maximizing transport efficiency through advanced automation is the goal of an entire industry. For Volvo Autonomous Solutions, it’s likely to happen first in the controlled world of quarrying and mining. After developing steadily, step-by-careful-step, for more...
One of the largest shire councils in Tasmania has just bought a new Komatsu wheel loader - but they declined to trade their "old" one - its 37 years young and still going strong. They simply put it on light...
Boral has used new technology to overcome COVID-19 obstacles, using a distributed drone network to undertake volumetric stock measurement at its quarries. As part of its internal and external audit requirements, Boral must measure stockpiles on each of its quarries...
A quarry owned mainly by local shareholders and staffed almost exclusively by nearby townspeople is bringing pride and productivity to Wallerawang in near central New South Wales. In less than two years, Walker Quarries has lifted from an 80,000 tonne...
When quarries are located near residential areas, adopting rock-working machinery that aren't noisy has its perks. If the machinery in question is handy, compact and with low vibration then the advantages are countless. It happened in the Czech Republic, in a basalt...