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Local manufacturing needs support to fulfil potential, panellists say

11th September 2020 Local manufacturing had the potential to support South Africa's economic recovery, but this required addressing a myriad of challenges, panellists said during a South African Capital Equipment Export Council webinar on September 10. The webinar was held as part of this year's Electra Mining... 

Toolroom upgrades boost quality, productivity at Multotec

21st August 2020 Continued growth in demand for Multotec Manufacturing’s screen panels has led the company to expand and upgrade the dedicated toolroom at its extensive manufacturing facilities in Spartan, Gauteng. According to Ian Chapman, engineering manager at Multotec Manufacturing, these technology... 

Multotec expands global reach into South America

3rd July 2020 South African minerals processing company Multotec is expanding its global reach by investing in South America, where almost 30% of the world’s foreign direct investment is being funnelled. “South America is a very important mining jurisdiction. Multotec Chile’s official registration in 2014... 

New spiral means better recoveries for ferrochrome – and beyond

15th June 2020 Following years of detailed test work in the ferrochrome sector, Multotec has successfully developed and proven a spiral concentrator that eliminates beaching and enhances recoveries in the 1 mm to 3 mm fractions of high density material. Significantly, when compared to traditional spirals the... 
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South Africa ‘unique’ circumstances could give it tech-minerals edge

Amid continuing decarbonisation worldwide, the increased global demand for tech minerals (such as zinc, copper, tin and vanadium) presents South Africa’s mining regions with “a unique set of circumstances”, says dual-listed Orion Minerals CEO Errol Smart. He tells Engineering News & Mining Weekly... 

Under pressure from Rio Tinto, Quellman quits as Turquoise Hill CEO

Vancouver-based Turquoise Hill Resources announced on Thursday that Ulf Quellman had resigned as CEO, having agreed that it would not be in the best interest of the company for him to continue in his position. Majority shareholder Rio Tinto has reportedly felt that new leadership is needed to... 
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