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Bridgestone announces strategic growth investments based on mid-term business plan acquiring Otraco OTR Tyre Management Solutions Business from Downer. Bridgestone Corporation (Bridgestone) announced that its group company Bridgestone Mining Solutions Australia has entered an agreement to acquire Otraco International Pty...
***Our staff was invited to the presentation of the launch*** Top Hammer XL is the latest innovation in surface hammer drilling from Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions. The new drilling system, targeting large-scale quarry and surface mining customers, offers a...
Elphinstone is a producer of cable assemblies and components for Underground and Surface Mobile Equipment used in the Mining and Explosive industries. Wire processing and identification are achieved via a Komax Z633 Wire processing unit. This is capable of processing...
The new Michelin XD Mineworks tyre is a 49″ tyre for 100-ton mining and quarry dump trucks. It features: Worry- free product experience Minimal maintenance ( designed for minimal rotation) Backed by Michelin’s history of performance Michelin has a strong heritage when it...
Mid-tier gold producer Evolution Mining rolls out senceive wireless monitoring platform at its Mt Carlton site to deliver live reporting to supervisors and control teams. Mt Carlton is located 150km south of Townsville, Queensland. Operating a 500-metre by 400-metre pit...
Four Liebherr T 264 off-highway haul trucks will be added to Dawson Mine in Australia for customer MacKellar Mining. MacKellar Group has purchased four additional Liebherr T 264 240 t / 265 ton off-highway haul trucks, adding to the fleet...
Industry leaders including BHP and Gold Fields reinstated their pledge towards the International Council on Mining & Metals' (ICMM) innovation for the cleaner, safer vehicles (ICSV) initiative at IMARC 2020. The ICSV brings together leading mining companies and original equipment...
Hitachi Construction Machinery announced that the company will launch the Hitachi EX2000-7 ultra-large hydraulic excavator in October 2021. The EX2000-7 is remodeled from EX1900-6 and consumes up to 19% less fuel while maintaining the same productivity. An entirely new...