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Customers drive mining technology firm's profits up

Mining e-marketplace provider Quadrem has achieved its first cash-flow positive calendar year in 2005, growing revenues 60% over 2004 numbers.
28th February 2006
 
News This Week

Orders worth R950m a month through resources portal

Global e-marketplace Quadrem and TradeWorld, a South African electronic-trading hub, last month signed an exclusive marketing agreement allowing the two companies to merge their respective technology strengths and create the largest e-marketplace...
1st October 2004
 
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Resources portal to include small, empowered suppliers

Mining Weekly Quadrem, the global e-marketplace for the natural resources industries, is moving more and more customers into an electronic way of doing business.
8th March 2004
 
Materials-Handling and Logistics

Local materials-handling company joins the mining e-marketplace

The latest company to connect to the global online mining, minerals and metals eMarketplace, Quadrem is East Rand materials-handling company Continental Meco.
4th October 2002
 
Breaking News

Changing the global face of coal

Sean Gilbertson The turn of the century has heralded the transformation of coal, the Cinderella of the world energy market, into a more modern and competitive fuel.
4th February 2002
 
Coal

Coal's new e-marketplace facilitating 340-million ton-a-year worth of trade

coal The turn of the century has heralded the transformation of coal, the Cinderella of the world energy market, into a more modern and competitive fuel.
1st February 2002
 
Gold

Making desktop procurement a reality

Gold-mining giant AngloGold has taken the first steps towards making desktop procurement a reality extending all the way from its office towers to the depths of its mine shafts, reports strategic procurement manager Malcolm Farrell.
5th October 2001
 
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Mining’s big B2B begins transacting

Limited transacting has begun through mining, minerals and metals e-marketplace Quadrem in a test phase involving the first group of companies integrated into its system, which includes South African mining giants De Beers, Anglo Platinum,...
15th June 2001
 
 
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