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High-quality screening, vibrating solutions for African mining industry

29th October 2018 The African mining industry needs high-quality screening and vibrating equipment solutions, supported by rapid turnaround around times and expert technical back-up, which is where Aury Africa stands to play a key role on the continent. This was the message from senior management from Dadi... 

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... 

New application to assist in selecting correct screening systems

By: Donald Makhafola     5th October 2018 Global project management and manufacturing solutions company Trelleborg’s  applied technologies operation launched the Scandura aperture size selector application (Scandura app) in May. The app is designed to support Scandura screening systems, which are used to classify and screen materials... 

Manufacturer focuses on developing larger vibrating screening equipment

By: Donald Makhafola     5th October 2018 Screening machines are becoming larger and heavier because the ongoing trend in the mining industry globally is to increase tonnage output while maintaining efficiency, said original-equipment supplier and manufacturer of custom-designed vibrating equipment Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin at Electra... 

Company opens new office to increase its footprint

By: Donald Makhafola     5th October 2018 Screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa has opened a new office near eMalahleni to significantly extend its presence in the Mpumalanga coalfields region. Aury Africa has subsequently entered into supply contracts with significant players in the area. 

NMDC firms up capex for next two financial years

By: Ajoy K Das     27th September 2018 India’s largest iron-ore miner, NMDC, has earmarked a capital expenditure (capex) of $902-million over the next two financial years. NMDC has committed this investment even as the miner is on verge of starting commercial production of its three-million-ton greenfield steel plant in the central... 

Intensive coal screening requires fit-for-purpose equipment

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     21st September 2018 As coal beneficiation is generally a screening-intensive process, screening equipment is an important part of a coal plant and a major investment for the operation, says vibrating and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and supplier Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin. The local coal sector comprises... 

Dry separator could arrive in Africa in early 2019

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     21st September 2018 Screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa aims to bring the first dry separator to Africa for trial at a coal mine next year, says Aury Africa business development manager George Sturgeon. Aury Africa, a subsidiary of design and construction coal group Dadi... 

Tango’s African diamond focus grows

By: Schalk Burger     14th September 2018 TSX-listed Africa-focused Tango Mining on Thursday reported production since January of 941 ct of high-value diamonds from its Oena diamond mine, in the Western Cape. It also reported on progress at further diamond exploration projects in Angola, Liberia and Botswana. 

Look out for Kwatani’s ‘Beast’, with sweetener

7th September 2018 Leading vibrating screen and feeder original equipment manufacturer Kwatani will be showcasing customised products big and small at this year’s Electra Mining Africa exhibition, with live demonstrations showing the value of its laboratory test screen. With a replica of the nose of its widest... 

Services group gains agencies, boosts offering

By: Halima Frost     7th September 2018 Vereeniging-based furnace and industrial services provider Dickinson Group of Companies has been appointed as an agent for Danish chemical industry company Haldor Topsoe in Namibia, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Dickinson Group will promote, sell and strategically warehouse... 

HSP Group SA

5th September 2018 Navigating occupational health can be complex but HSP Group’s team approach will simplify and transform the experience from a grudge purchase to a yearly event, protecting your company and employees from litigation and physical harm. Organisations lose millions of rands yearly, owing to the... 

Technical and aftermarket support secure repeat business – MBE Minerals

3rd September 2018 With a solid reputation built on responsiveness to customers’ needs, MBE Minerals SA believes it is the company’s high level of technical and aftermarket support that has seen it secure ongoing repeat business. MBE Minerals will showcase its product and service offering at Electra Mining Africa... 

Self-cleaning power nozzle to be launched

3rd September 2018 Gauteng-based Afri-Tech Mining Supplies is flushed with success as its new self-cleaning power nozzle cuts downtime in mines around the world. 

Bigen wins two Standard Bank Top Women Empowerment Awards

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st August 2018 The Bigen Group, an innovative and solutions-focused infrastructure development group, earned two sought-after Standard Bank Top Women Awards. Bigen was named Top Gender Empowered Company in Infrastructure Development and CEO Anton Boshoff the Top Male Driving Gender Empowerment at the annual... 

Bulk sampling programme gets under way at Nayega manganese project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th August 2018 Aim-listed Keras Resources has started Phase 1 of its 10 000 t bulk sampling testwork programme, at its Nayega manganese project, in northern Togo. Carriere Mines Travaux Public was appointed as mining and logistics contractor, which has established the testwork site and started the mining... 

Kwatani

24th August 2018 Established over 42 years ago, Kwatani is the largest independent privately owned original-equipment manufacturer supplying and manufacturing custom designed vibratory equipment in Africa, with over 15 000 units in more than 35 countries. An average of one vibrating unit a day is dispatched from... 

Ageing platinum mines need new technology

By: Donald Makhafola     24th August 2018 There are few greenfield platinum mines or expansions in Africa, with most of the existing large-scale mines on the continent having been in operation for more than a decade. To ensure that the ageing mines continue to perform optimally, miners need to apply new technology to effectively enhance... 

Systematic Ground Support – The Ontario Example

23rd August 2018 The pursuit of zero harm is at the top of the agenda for all members of the global mining community.  A safe mine brings many benefits including higher productivity, reduced down time, fewer accidents, a stronger social license to operate, and a better overall reputation for a mining company.... 

Aury Africa introduces RFID track-and-trace solution for mining

15th August 2018 Screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa has introduced a radio-frequency identification (RFID) audit and inspection solution that is ideal for mining applications. These include inspecting plant equipment, mining machines, pumps, valves and pipes – in fact,... 

ELB to provide Side Arm Charger to Sappi Saiccor, KZN

By: Creamer Media Reporter      15th August 2018 ELB Engineering Services (ELB) is pleased to announce that a contract has been entered into between Sappi Saiccor and ELB Engineering Services for the Sappi Saiccor Side Arm Charger Project at Umkomaas, South Coast of KZN, South Africa. The Sappi Saiccor mill at Umkomaas is planning to increase... 

Rukwa plant upgrade set for completion in September

By: Simone Liedtke     14th August 2018 Aim-listed Edenville Energy is planning to complete the upgrade of the processing plant at its Rukwa coal project, in Tanzania, by the end of September, which will allow for increased throughput. A Lamella clarifier water treatment plant is nearing assembly stage completion and will be installed... 

Explorer pursues manganese opportunities

10th August 2018 Perth-based explorer Bryah Resources is looking towards mining manganese in Western Australia, as it assesses development opportunities at the Horseshoe South manganese mine. The company has locked in an exclusive one-year option to purchase the mining lease covering the historical Horseshoe... 

CDE and YTL promote manufactured sand as the construction material of the future

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 Batu Tiga Quarry Sdn Bhd, YTL Corporation Berhad's quarry division, operates 15 quarry sites with 25 crushing and screening plants in Peninsular Malaysia, producing more than 21 million tonnes of quarry products per year. The division produces various sizes of quarry products including 20mm,... 

When modularity matters

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 Texas-based sand and gravel company relocates its CDE wet processing plant to new site to optimise return on investment. Texas-based Metroplex Sand & Gravel   company has been enjoying the benefits of the CDE modular approach to wet processing equipment. The company has recently exercised the... 

B&E International Is Industry’s Partner In Crushing From Start To Finish

2nd August 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. Dewald Janse van Rensburg, managing director of B&E International, says it is... 

New plant at Balama lowers 2018 guidance

By: Esmarie Iannucci     30th July 2018 A ramp-up review of the Balama project, in Mozambique, has seen graphite producer Syrah Resources adjust its full year production expectations. The company on Monday said that its new COO Julio Costa’s review had identified graphite recovery performance improvement actions, focused on stable... 

Crushtec joins forces with training firm to develop skills for screening industry

By: Nadine James     27th July 2018 Crushing and screening specialist Pilot Crushtec International (PCI) and training provider Opsmin Training Services South Africa are collaborating to provide an accredited training programme aimed at achieving a new, professional dimension for the screening industry, PCI announced earlier this... 

Ups And Downs Of Applying The ‘Banana’ Screen Design

24th July 2018 While multi-slope screens – also known as ‘banana’ screens – are commonly used in various screening applications, they need to be carefully designed with the specific purpose in mind, according to Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin. “Multi-slope screens have been in use since the 1970s and have a... 

Keras Resources to undertake $1.5m test programme at Togo project

By: Anine Kilian     23rd July 2018 Aim-listed Keras Resources has been granted permission to undertake a $1.5-million bulk sampling metallurgical test work programme at its Nayega manganese project, in northern Togo. The company on Monday said this included the processing of 10 000 t of beneficiated manganese ore by a major... 

Occupational disease prevention campaign launched

By: Schalk Burger     6th July 2018 Workplace health and safety compensation funds Rand Mutual Assurance (RMA), Federated Employer’s Mutual Assurance Company and the Department of Labour Compensation Fund, as well as the Department of Mineral Resources, on Thursday launched the Occupational Disease Prevention Campaign, in... 

De Beers subsidiary's SYNTHdetect technology a finalist for industry innovation award

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th July 2018 The International Institute of Diamond Grading & Research's (IIDGR's) SYNTHdetect synthetic diamond screening device has been shortlisted as a finalist for Industry Innovation of the Year in this year’s JNA Awards. SYNTHdetect, launched last year, is the first synthetic diamond screening device... 

Company expands South American service offering

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     6th July 2018 As part of its coordinated international strategy, minerals processing specialist Multotec is establishing a joint venture (JV) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, which will enhance its presence in the South American region, says Multotec screening media VP Roy Roche. He tells Mining Weekly that the... 

BHP awards contract at newly approved South Flank

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th June 2018 Mining major BHP has awarded a A$260-million mining infrastructure works contract to ASX-listed Cimic, at the newly approved South Flank project, in Western Australia. BHP overnight approved the $3.4-billion South Flank project, which will replace production from the 80-million tonne a year... 

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%... 

BHP approves $2.9bn capital expenditure for South Flank iron project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th June 2018 BHP has approved capital expenditure of $2.9-billion for the South Flank iron-ore project, in the central Pilbara, Western Australia. The project, in which BHP holds an 85% interest, will cost $3.4-billion to develop and will fully replace production from the 80-million-tonne a year Yandi mine,... 

TFR’s MMC business unit to conduct national maintenance in June

By: Marleny Arnoldi     6th June 2018 Transnet Freight Rail’s (TFR’s) Mineral Mining and Chrome (MMC) business unit, which is responsible for yearly planned maintenance where major capital replacement activities are implemented, will hold its financial year shutdown from June 7 to 13.  

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