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Mobile crusher offering impresses producer

7th October 2022 Copper producer Kazakhmys Corporation invested in engineering group Sandvik’s wheeled UJ300 crushing unit for its underground copper mining operations. As Kazakhmys was “very impressed” with the productivity and simplicity of operation of the Sandvik mobile jaw crusher, the company has since put... 

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29th September 2022 This week: World’s largest battery-electric mine truck heading for commercial availability in 2024 And, Women-owned company aims to revive SA’s phosphate industry after securing mining right 

Rio approves underground mining at Kennecott

27th September 2022 Diversified miner Rio Tinto has approved a $55-million investment to start underground mining at the Kennecott copper operations, in Utah. The miner said on Tuesday that underground mining will initially focus on an area known as the Lower Commercial Skarn (LCS), which will deliver a total of... 

Sandvik develops vision for mining automation with AutoMine® Concept Underground Drill

23rd September 2022 Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions has introduced its AutoMine® Concept Underground Drill, the company’s second technology demonstrator for its future autonomous mining vision. The AutoMine® Concept Underground Drill is a fully autonomous, twin-boom development drill rig capable of drilling... 
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Sasol, Netherlands university collaborate to develop atmospheric CO2 removal technologies

The Centre for Energy Innovation of the University of Twente (UT) in Enschede, Netherlands, and the Research & Technology (R&T) arm of South Africa’s Sasol have agreed to collaborate on the development of technologies for the removal of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). This will be possible... 

Jupiter warns Transnet strike could impact Tshipi Borwa operations

ASX-listed Jupiter Mines has warned the market that nationwide strike action by some employees of South African State-owned rail and port services provider Transnet may affect the Tshipi Borwa manganese mine operations, in the Northern Cape, with regard to its rail logistics and port operations.... 
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