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Kalumbila facility will service global mining industry

15th September 2017 By the first quarter of 2018,  a building site in Kalumbila, in North-Western province, in  Zambia, will be transformed into a $40-million manufacturing facility that will produce high-quality mill-balls for mines in Zambia, neighbouring countries and the world market, says Zambia Chamber of... 

Input costs weigh heavily on Zambia’s mines – ZCM

By: Ilan Solomons     27th January 2017 Electricity and labour, which together account for up to 50% of total operating costs, are the most important elements in the cost structure of the average Zambian copper mine, states the Zambia Chamber of Mines (ZCM). This means that even small increases in these two cost components can have a... 

Logistics group opens transport depot in Copperbelt province

7th November 2014 Logistics and supply chain group Imperial Logistics has extended its African footprint into northern Zambia, with the establishment of a transport depot in Ndola, in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia, the company announced inJune. The new Zambian registered business forms part of group company... 

Imperial Logistics moves into the Copperbelt

By: Irma Venter     26th June 2014 Logistics and supply chain group Imperial Logistics has extended its African footprint into northern Zambia, with the establishment of a transport depot in Ndola, in the Copperbelt province. The new Zambian registered business forms part of group company Snyman Transport, and will operate as... 

Explosives manufacturer expanding into more African countries

By: Zandile Mavuso     8th November 2013 Opencast mining explosives manufacturer BME is finding ready markets in the African mining industry and is planning a steady expansion into several countries, including Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia and Mozambique. Already, more than half of BME’s turnover comes from contracts in African countries... 

Company initiates training on explosives for mining industry

By: Zandile Mavuso     13th September 2013 To take full advantage of the booming commodities market in Zambia over the next few years, explosives supplier BME plans to intensively invest in new blasting technologies and training, BME international marketing GM Ralf Hennecke tells Mining Weekly. 

Focused on expanding African footprint, commodity diversification, safety 

By: Chantelle Kotze     7th December 2012 As part of its growth strategy, mining contracting company Murray & Roberts Cementation is growing its presence in Africa and is planning to establish a regional office in Kitwe, Zambia, by June next year to service its current operations in that country. 

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