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The company operates a number of crushing plants ranging in size from +/- 50 tons per hour to 500 tons from single stage crushing plants to 5 stage crushing plants.

Our fleet of equipment consists of the most modern crushers available, giving the company the ability to produce a wide range of products including roadstone, high quality manufactured concrete sand, base course, concrete aggregates, water-bound Macadam, ballast and filter media.


The latest news from Wenco International Mining Systems

1st November 2018 How Small to Medium Mines, Quarries, and Contractors Drive Improvements with Data Technology Modern mining is a complex process. Distinct departments, each with their own systems and procedures, need to work in concert to extract ore and convert it into a worthwhile commodity. The activities of... 

Canada challenges innovators to modernise 100-year-old mining processes

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st October 2018 Canadian Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi has challenged innovators to develop new technology solutions to lower energy consumption for crushing mined rock - a process that currently accounts for up to 3% of the world’s electricity usage. Launching the $10-million Crush It! Challenge,... 

Bird-in-Hand to cost $34m

By: Esmarie Iannucci     30th October 2018 A scoping study into the Bird-in-Hand gold project, in South Australia, has found that the project could produce some 47 000 oz of gold and 22 000 oz of silver a year, over a five-year mine life. ASX-listed Terramin Australia told shareholders on Tuesday that the scoping study estimated that a... 

Colquijirca (Tajo Norte) mine, Peru

26th October 2018 A zinc mine located in the Colquijirca district of the Pasco province, in Peru. 

Surface-mining opportunities lie in market-related commodities

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     26th October 2018 Johannesburg-based mining equipment distributor Vermeer Equipment Suppliers is starting to focus on certain market-related commodities and associated opencast mines to market its Surface Miner surface excavation machines, says mining and pipeline sales segment manager Gareth Cramond. The... 

I-CAT misting system for dust suppression, fire prevention in coal mining

25th October 2018 About 75% of coal mines in South Africa have to contend with the risk of the spontaneous combustion of coal dust when material is tipped from load haul dump trucks (LHDs). The I-CAT Dust Division has devised a bespoke solution for a major coal-mining client that it intends to introduce as its... 

Atlas Sept quarter iron-ore shipments down 10%

By: Esmarie Iannucci     25th October 2018 Iron-ore miner Atlas Iron has reported another tough quarter in the three months to September, with iron-ore shipments declining from the 2.1-million tonnes in the June quarter, to 1.9-million tonnes. Atlas in late July this year suspended crushing activities at its Mt Dove operation, in the... 

Weba Chutes Move Manganese For Tshipi Borwa Mine

23rd October 2018 Weba Chute Systems are successfully transferring crushed ore at Tshipi Borwa Mine and based on the successes achieved by these custom engineered transfer points the company has received an order to design another forty chute systems. Tshipi Borwa Mine, located in the Kalahari Manganese Field in... 

Growing explosives sales in a declining market

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     19th October 2018 Although rising mineral production costs have led to declining competitiveness for the South African mining industry, which has negatively affected the sale of explosives materials company MAXAM regional director Brett Wheatcroft says this has created opportunities for the introduction of... 

Pacton mulling milling options

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th October 2018 ASX-listed junior Artemis Resources has entered into a strategic processing alliance with TSX-V listed Pacton Gold, leveraging opportunities at Artemis’ Radio Hill operations, in Western Australia. Pacton told shareholders on Thursday that the Radio Hill processing facility provided the... 

Evicted Kenyans demand compensation after mining firm exits

By: Reuters     11th October 2018 Nathaniel Tumo was astounded when an excavator arrived at his farm in western Kenya four years ago and started digging for minerals, almost bringing down his house. "They started blasting a few metres away and the stones fell on my house," said Tumo, 62, his breath laboured from living alongside... 

Innovative technologies to enhance equipment monitoring, optimisation

5th October 2018 That the South African mining industry is at an inflection point, in which newer, innovative technologies have the potential to unlock new ways of managing variability and enhancing productivity, is no point of contention, says comminution and separation solutions provider IMS Engineering... 

Efficient crushing reduces downtime risks

5th October 2018 Cost-effective crushing is vital to the competitiveness of mining and quarrying operations, and experienced experts can ensure the right amount of the required product, while reducing the risk of operational downtime, says integrated crushing, mining and mineral processing solutions provider and... 

Tambomayo mine, Peru

By: Thabi Madiba     5th October 2018 A high-grade gold and silver mine located in Tapay, Caylloma province, in the Arequipa region of Peru. 

Fire forces partial suspension of Balama operation

By: Esmarie Iannucci     4th October 2018 Graphite miner Syrah Resources has been forced to partially suspend operations at its Balama graphite operation, in Mozambique, following a fire at the primary classifier within the process plant. The fire resulted from hot work activities below the unit during planned maintenance on piping.... 

Base case confirms Gabanintha vanadium project fundamentals

By: Mariaan Webb     26th September 2018 An initial base case for the Gabanintha vanadium project, in the Murchison province of Western Australia, has indicated robust economics, with a net present value (NPV) ranging between $191-million and $2.37-billion, depending on pricing assumption. The upper-end of the NPV range is estimated at... 

Mallay mine, Peru

By: Thabi Madiba     21st September 2018 A silver, lead and zinc mine located in Oyón, about 261 km north-east of Lima in Peru. 

Kareevlei output rises 81% y/y in H1

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     20th September 2018 Diamond mining company BlueRock Diamonds has achieved an 81% increase year-on-year increase in production at its Kareevlei diamond mine, in the Kimberley region, to 73 028 t for the six months ended June 30. This represents an active period for the company, culminating in the restabilisation of... 

Rainbow sees positive outcomes in FY18

By: Simone Liedtke     19th September 2018 Following years of planning and preparation, LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths’ Gakara project, in Burundi, entered production in the 2018 financial year, ended June 30, and exported 575 t of rare earths concentrate. In a market dominated by Chinese producers, Rainbow chairperson Adonis Pouroulis... 

Pan African’s rapid turnaround removes false notions on doing business in SA 

By: Martin Creamer     19th September 2018 South Africa was on Wednesday reaffirmed as a country where business is able to do what is required, when London- and Johannesburg-listed gold mining company Pan African Resources outlined the remarkably efficient manner in which this country’s regulatory environment facilitated the closure of a... 

Warman pump offers cost effective solutions for heavy duty slurry applications

By: Shannon de Ryhove     14th September 2018 Pump manufacturer and supplier Weir Minerals Africa exhibited its flagship Warman MCR 450 mill circuit pump at Africa’s largest trade exhibition, Electra Mining Africa, held in September this year. Weir Minerals Africa product manager for slurry pumps Marnus Koorts explains that one of the... 

Uchucchacua mine, Peru

By: Sheila Barradas     14th September 2018 A silver/lead/zinc mine located in Oyón, Lima, Peru. 


12th September 2018 FLSmidth’s 12,000 employees across more than 50 countries provide equipment and services for crushing and grinding, mineral processing, precious metals recovery, material handling and tailings management. Many of the legacy companies that make up FLSmidth bring more than a century of proficiency... 

Cleveland-sized mine signals the path for an oil-sands revival

By: Bloomberg     12th September 2018 A colossal Canadian oil-sands project may be showing the way forward for an industry many thought would never see new investments. In a forest clearing roughly the size of Cleveland, building-sized trucks dump tons of oily soil into a massive crushing facility, while conveyors move the dirt on... 

Welding Alloys South Africa 

11th September 2018 Welding Alloys South Africa (Pty) Ltd, “WASA” is a South African subsidiary of Welding Alloys Ltd who holds 74% equity and the balance of 26% is held by the Welding Alloys Employee Trust.  


10th September 2018 FLSmidth is a leading provider of mineral processing and material handling technology and systems to the global mining industry. In keeping with its strategy of driving success through sustainable productivity enhancement, FLSmidth is founded on three fundamental values – competence, cooperation... 

Weir Minerals Africa standing tall at Electra

7th September 2018 Visitors to this year’s Electra Mining Africa exhibition will be in for a feast of technology at the Weir Minerals Africa stand; particularly hard to miss will be the seven-metre-high crushing station featuring a high performance Trio cone crusher. “We are reminding visitors and customers that... 

Company expands footprint in manganese mining industry

7th September 2018 Mining equipment specialist Osborn Engineered Services has secured an R8.5-million order to supply a range of its high-quality machines to a new manganese mine in the Northern Cape. Osborn product sales manager Francois Scott says that this order and the region are significant for Osborn. The... 

Qld seeks public input on A$1bn coking coal mine

By: Esmarie Iannucci     6th September 2018 The Queensland government has called for public comment on the proposed A$1-billion Olive Downs coal mine, releasing its draft environmental impact statement (EIS). Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said on Thursday that the proposed project... 

Kodal announces maiden resource for Bougouni

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th September 2018 Aim-listed Kodal Minerals has announced a maiden mineral resource estimate of 17.3-million tonnes, at 1.20% lithium for its Bougouni lithium project, in southern Mali. The maiden mineral resource found 17.3-million tonnes at 1.20% lithium in the inferred category.  

Oxide ore processing starts at Çöpler

By: Creamer Media Reporter      5th September 2018 Canada’s Alacer Gold has started processing oxide ore through the crushing and grinding circuit of the newly constructed Çöpler sulphide plant, in Turkey. The remainder of the plant, including the acidulation, pressure oxidation and counter current decantation, will be started once the sulphide... 

TAKRAF Africa – a century of service to Africa’s mining and industrial sector

5th September 2018 Integrated solutions provider and equipment supplier TAKRAF Africa will put on display its innovative primary mineral sizer in Hall 9, Stand G03. 

BlueRock starts processing from second kimberlite pipe at Kareevlei  

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th September 2018 Aim-listed BlueRock Diamonds, which owns and operates the Kareevlei diamond mine, nearly Kimberley, in the Northern Cape, has started kimberlite processing from the KV1 pipe – the mine’s second kimberlite pipe. KV1 is one of five known kimberlite pipes within the Kareevlei project area and has an... 

On-The-Air (24/08/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     24th August 2018 The ‘Great Tweet’ of Minerals Minister Gwede Mantashe urging South Africans to celebrate their wonderful treasure chest of mineral wealth has been met with resounding applause. Mining leaders are crushing the curse of mineworkers being forced to encounter deadly danger in South Africa’s deep... 

BlueRock achieves 80 t/h crushing target at Kareevlei

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th August 2018 The crushing circuit at BlueRock Diamonds’ Kareevlei mine, in the Northern Cape, is now processing at its targeted production level of around 80 t/h following the installation of a second cone crusher and the implementation of optimisation initiatives. In June, BlueRock discovered a fault in... 

Artemis, Platina target gold mineralisation at Munni Munni JV project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th August 2018 ASX-listed Artemis Resources has invested the required $750 000 to earn a 70% interest in the Munni Munni project, in the West Pilbara, from fellow ASX-listed Platina Resources. The joint venture (JV) partners will now target gold mineralisation within the Munni Munni land package. 

Miner looks to meet Southern Africa’s zinc deficit

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     17th August 2018 While the zinc industry is poised to have a structural deficit until 2022, diversified miner Vedanta Resources' Vedanta Zinc International (VZI) is well positioned to meet the needs of South African zinc users, says VZI and Vedanta Resources Africa Base Metals CEO Deshnee Naidoo. “The feasibility... 

Maracás Menchen mine, Brazil

By: Sheila Barradas     10th August 2018 A vanadium mine located in the eastern state of Bahia, in Brazil. 

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