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Big names in construction, earthmoving equipment headed for Hillhead 2018

By: Shannon de Ryhove     15th June 2018 Later this month, construction solutions company Tarmac’s Hillhead quarry, near Buxton, in Derbyshire, UK, will again host the world’s biggest working quarry exhibition. Some 525 UK and overseas companies have booked exhibition space at Hillhead 2018, which means this year’s event will be 10%... 

Triton to develop A$99m Mozambique graphite project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     1st June 2018 The board of graphite developer Triton Minerals has approved the $99.4-million development of its Ancuabe graphite project, in Mozambique. Early works at the mine have started, including earthworks for the development of the raw water dam needed for construction and operations. Site access roads... 

Wheel loader boasts exceptional performance

1st June 2018 Earthmoving equipment and construction equipment dealer HPE Africa’s Hyundai HL780-9S wheel loader, which is being used by plant hire company Vanalls Plant Hire at a manganese smelter in eMalahleni, in Mpumalanga, to break up and transport silica manganese, is “coping efficiently in harsh... 

Wampex 2018 opens with a record number of visitors, including Ghana's President

31st May 2018 Day 1 of West Africa's Premier mining & power event enjoyed a successful opening and His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo arrived as the doors opened supported by senior government officials for an exciting day 

Chicago Pneumatic generates success at Botswana MTEs with three genset giveaways

15th May 2018 Chicago Pneumatic strenthened its foothold outside South Africa’s borders with the sponsorship of a CPPG5 (5.5Kva) petrol-driven portable generator at each of the three Mining & Technical Exhibitions (MTEs) held in Botswana during April 2018. Eben van der Vyver, Business Development Manager for... 

Company moves to introduce new haulers for mining industry

11th May 2018 Engineering support services company Babcock is preparing to introduce a new line-up of rigid haulers into the mining, opencast and quarrying sector in Southern Africa. The new line-up follows vehicle manufacturer Volvo Construction Equipment’s (Volvo CE’s) announcement earlier this year that it... 

Caterpillar ups profit outlook on doubling Q1 headline profit, record earnings

By: Henry Lazenby     24th April 2018 Global mining and construction equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has reported record first-quarter profit as strength in many of its end-markets and a strong emphasis on cost control boosted margins. The Deerfield, Illinois-based company reported adjusted profit of $2.82 a share – up 120%... 

Babcock prepares to roll out new Volvo CE rigid haulers

29th March 2018 Babcock is preparing to introduce a new line-up of rigid haulers into the mining and quarrying sector in southern Africa following Volvo Construction Equipment’s announcement that the Swedish equipment manufacturer will be launching its own range of Volvo CE-branded rigid haulers. R100E 

Chicago Pneumatic expands footprint in southern African mining sector with generator give-aways

14th March 2018 Chicago Pneumatic has given away 5.5Kva portable petrol-driven generators at the first Mining & Technical Exhibitions which took place in Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga during the first quarter of 2018. Abdurazak (Zak) Ramedies from Cullinan Mine was the first lucky recipient of the CPPG5... 

Win one of 25 CPPG generators at MTE, compliments Chicago Pneumatic

14th February 2018 Visitors to this year’s Mining & Technical Exhibitions (MTE) stand the chance of winning one of 25 Chicago Pneumatic CPPG5 (5.5Kva) petrol-driven portable generators. ”In a bid to grow the Chicago Pneumatic brand within the mining industry which is a key market for us, we took the decision to... 

Joi Ito to headline #DisruptMining finale

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd February 2018 Tech mogul Joi Ito will deliver a keynote address at the #DisruptMining finale on March 4, during the annual Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Conference, in Toronto. A director of the MIT Media Lab and professor of the Practice of Media, Arts and Sciences at MIT, Ito is an... 

Liviero Mining Chooses Komatsu For Performance, Efficiency And Cost

14th December 2017 Jan Steyn, Plant Director at Liviero Mining, was one of a number of executives from major South African mining and construction houses that recently returned from an intensive fact-finding visit to Komatsu headquarters in Japan. Liviero Mining is a subsidiary of the Liviero Group, widely... 

Caterpillar selected to help install solar PV system for Otjikoto

10th November 2017 Gold producer B2Gold has selected capital equipment giant Caterpillar (Cat) and global industrial company Barloworld to install a solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Otjikoto mine, Namibia, which will provide 7 MW of solar power to the mine. “For many years, B2Gold has relied on dependable,... 

Bullish Caterpillar rebounds, beats Q3 profit, revenue forecasts

By: Henry Lazenby     24th October 2017 US industrial equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has surprised investors with a significantly higher profit for the three months ended September, as higher sales volume and its focus on cost discipline resulted in improved profit margins across the three main business segments. The Deerfield,... 

Partnership now includes crushing and screening

6th October 2017 US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk materials processing and handling systems Superior Industries has expanded its partnership with long-time dealer, distributor of aggregate and construction equipment General Equipment & Supplies to include crushing and screening. General Equipment... 

‘Bentley Software Saves BSIE CNY 2 Million on Xishi Winter Olympics Square Project

4th August 2017 Collaborative BIM Processes Drive Redevelopment of an Historic Industrial Zone Offices for Olympic Organizers 

Coal mine switches to Atlas Copco LED light towers

25th July 2017 Atlas Copco Portable Energy supplied four state-of-the-art HiLight V5+ LED light towers mounted on custom-built double-axle trailers to trading partner, Tracpart Mining Supplies. The end-user, a coal mine in Mpumalanga, uses the light towers for above ground lighting applications. When approached... 

New mobile screen launched in S Africa

By: Victor Moolman     7th July 2017 Mobile crushing and screening equipment supplier Kleemann, part of international specialist construction equipment manufacturer Wirtgen, has launched the Mobiscreen MS 703 EVO, which is capable of processing 350 t/h, in South Africa. 

Diverse footprint keeps orders coming in during downturn 

By: Victor Moolman     7th July 2017 The wide geographic spread of Barloworld Equipment, the South African distributor of US-based construction equipment manufacturer Caterpillar’s products, insulates it from the effects of mining cycles that may challenge the sustainability of some of its competitors. 

PLANT SPECS, Australia’s earthmoving equipment “Bible”, comes under new management

20th June 2017 PLANT SPECS, Australia’s only comprehensive annual listing of earthmoving and road construction equipment – with a database of equipment specifications going back to the mid-1980s – will continue to deliver vital data to subscribers under a new management team. Well-known in the industry,... 

Mothballed Snap Lake mine's equipment to come under the hammer

By: Henry Lazenby     7th June 2017 Surplus underground and surface mining equipment from diamond major De Beers Canada’s suspended Snap Lake mine, in the Northwest Territories, will come under the hammer from Wednesday in a series of negotiated sales and an online auction. TCL Asset Group and Nasdaq-listed Liquidity Services... 

Volvo launches the largest dump truck and excavator

By: Dylan Slater     19th May 2017 Swedish construction equipment manufacturer Volvo unveiled the world’s largest articulated dump truck (ADT) – the 60 t Volvo A60H – and the brand’s largest ever crawler excavator – the 90 t Volvo EC950E – during a launch earlier this month in Middelburg, Mpumalanga.  

Heating things up this winter, AUCOR announces its biggest auction road show across South Africa

18th May 2017 Auction floors will be filled with eager buyers next week as AUCOR prepares to host a staggering 15 auctions around the country over one week from the 20th to the 27th of May.  Bidders will be spoilt for choice as a selection of vehicles; trucks, mining and construction equipment; lifestyle and... 

‘Ground-breaking equipment’ set to join Babcock’s product line this year

By: Ilan Solomons     3rd March 2017 Engineering support services company Babcock announced at the Investing in African Mining Indaba that it would be launching “ground-breaking construction equipment” during the course of this year. “Babcock is renowned and respected for delivering high-production machinery that is also fuel... 

Temporary power solutions touted as cost-effective option for mines

By: Ilan Solomons     9th February 2017 The global mining industry is enduring a period of great uncertainty. In the face of extreme market volatility, stagnant commodity prices, weak demand and suppressed levels of economic growth in established markets, many mining companies are striving to remain buoyant, says temporary power... 

Babcock to launch new equipment, says customers upbeat about 2017

By: Ilan Solomons     7th February 2017 Engineering support services company Babcock will, during the course of this year, launch new “ground-breaking construction equipment”. “Babcock is renowned and respected for delivering high-production machinery that is also fuel efficient. Therefore, this year, we are adding the Volvo A60H, the... 

Lithium X strikes again in Argentina with Arizaro lithium project acquisition

By: Henry Lazenby     31st January 2017 Junior explorer Lithium X on Monday announced its latest acquisition in Argentina, bolstering landholdings with the district-scale 33 846 ha Arizaro project that is in one of the world’s largest and least-explored salars thought to contain high lithium brine values. The deal buoyed Lithium X’s... 

Caterpillar beats Q4 earnings forecast, optimistic about infrastructure plans

By: Henry Lazenby     27th January 2017 US earthmoving and construction equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has reported flat year-on-year adjusted earnings for the December quarter, reflecting pressure in many of its end markets owing to weak economic conditions in several parts of the world. The Peoria, Illinois-based company reported... 

New equipment to be showcased

27th January 2017 Equipment developers Volvo Construction Equipment and Terex Trucks will be represented by plant and equipment supplier Babcock at the 2017 Investing in African Mining Indaba, where it will showcase new products from the manufacturers that will be introduced this year as part of the company’s... 

Ritchie Bros rakes in $40m from final auction of 2016

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     5th December 2016 Industrial auctioneer Ritchie Bros held its fifth and final Fort Worth, Texas auction for the year last week, selling 4 950 items over two days for more than $40-million. These items included oil, gas, power and utility equipment, as well as general construction equipment, vocational trucks and... 

Komatsu launches world’s first Intelligent Machine Control excavator

25th November 2016 Komatsu Australia has released the PC210LCi-10, the world’s first Intelligent Machine Control (iMC) excavator, which features a revolutionary and fully factory-integrated 3D GNSS machine control and guidance system. With an operating weight of 23.3 tonnes, the PC210LCi-10 is powered by a Komatsu... 

Rock solid performance from Babcock and Terex Trucks

28th October 2016 Babcock was appointed as the official distributor in South Africa of Terex Trucks’ off-highway rigid and articulated trucks that are used in mining, quarry and construction applications. From the highlands of Scotland where Terex Trucks is headquartered to the coal fields of Middelburg and home... 

Caterpillar’s Q3 profit sags, casts dim outlook with lowered 2016 guidance 

By: Henry Lazenby     26th October 2016 The world’s largest earthmoving and mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has booked a sharply lower third-quarter profit, citing global economic weakness and an abundance of used equipment available, which is slowing sales. The NYSE-listed company expressed concern that the tough market... 

Simplicity of design hooks miner to Terex trucks since mid-1980s

By: Dylan Slater     21st October 2016 Heavy equipment manufacturer Terex Trucks claims its simplicity of design and “unwavering customer service and support” has kept South African miner Atlantis Mining loyal to the equipment brand.  

Local mining contractor loyal to Terex Trucks brand

14th October 2016 While a shared Scottish heritage may have initially piqued Atlantis Mining’s interest in Terex Trucks, the simplicity of the design of these powerful rigid and articulated haulers, and the unwavering customer service and support from Babcock – the official distributor of Terex Trucks in southern... 

New cone crusher has high capacity, low environmental impact

30th September 2016 Construction equipment supplier Sandvik has introduced the CH540 cone crusher, a high-capacity, high-quality crusher with a low environmental impact that is ideally suited to quarries or aggregate plants looking to increase production capacity, eliminate bottlenecks, reduce cost per ton produced... 

Swedish fuel cell company grows management team

16th September 2016 Fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden last month announced that it would strengthen its management team to enhance customer focus and further strengthen the company’s product development process, owing to steady growth in Swedish and international markets. The company’s products are distributed in... 

Mining machines maker Komatsu enters underground market with $3.7m Joy Global bid

By: Henry Lazenby     12th August 2016 The board of Japanese mining equipment manufacturer Komatsu has given the green light for the firm to make its biggest-ever acquisition by buying its rival, Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Joy Global, in a bid valued at $3.7-billion, the company announced Friday. Komatsu has signed a $2.89-billion... 

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