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Kwatani

With over 15 000 units across 35 countries, Kwatani is the leading supplier of custom engineered and manufactured vibrating equipment to meet all feeding and screening requirements and customer footprints.   All its vibratory equipment is engineered and manufactured in-house at its 17 000 m2 heavy fabrication facility located in Johannesburg.  Kwatani is ISO 9001:2015 certified with all its designs subjected to Finite Element Analysis and rigorous testing in its in-house testing facility. Kwatani is a 43-year old,  51% black female owned and Level B-BBEE 1 accredited company.

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Moody's sees US coal miners' earnings halve this year

By: Mariaan Webb     2nd June 2020 The outlook for the North American coal industry remains negative and earnings for coal miners could fall by more than 50% this year, says Moody’s Investor Service. The ratings agency says the coronavirus pandemic has worsened the outlook for the sector. "Domestic demand for thermal coal for... 

Minister urges mines to test without fear of mine closure 

By: Martin Creamer     29th May 2020 Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe on Friday urged mines to test for Covid-19 to the full extent without fearing mine closure. The Minister was responding to a media question on the steps the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) was taking to end the backlog of... 

Raubex divisions see return to profitability

By: Simone Liedtke     29th May 2020 Infrastructure development and construction materials supply group Raubex managed to maintain sufficient capacity to participate in any improvement in the sector, while simultaneously undertaking rightsizing initiatives has seen the company’s roads and earthworks division return to profitability.... 

Contract worker killed at South32 subsidiary’s colliery

By: Marleny Arnoldi     29th May 2020 Diversified miner South32 has reported that an employee of a contract mining company, Modi Mining, died following an accident at subsidiary South Africa Energy Coal’s Ifalethu Colliery, on May 27. South32 on May 29 said the area where the incident occurred had been immediately secured and the... 

Glencore donates over R23m towards COVID-19 relief efforts

29th May 2020 Mining giant Glencore in South Africa has responded to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s call for corporates in the country to play an active role in assisting distressed communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will donate over R23 million in funding, goods, as well as services to... 

Basto to run BHP’s Australian mines

By: Mariaan Webb     22nd May 2020 Edgar Basto has been promoted to president of mining major BHP’s entire suite of Australian operations, including iron-ore, coal, nickel and copper, with effect from July 1. The Colombia-born executive previously headed BHP’s Western Australia iron-ore business and is filling the position left... 

Applied Mineral Technologies

22nd May 2020 Established in 2001, South African materials handling systems and processing plants construction company Applied Mineral Technologies (Amtec) has come a long way from being a consultancy to a fully fledged industrial construction company. Amtec specialises in civil, structural, mechanical, piping... 

Regulatory Framework in the Indian Mining Industry: Evolution & Need for an Enduring Outlook

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th May 2020 By: Munawwar Naseem, Partner-Dua Associates, Delhi Febin Mathew Varghese, Principal Associate- Dua Associates, Delhi 1. Regulatory regime along with geo-politics play a significant role in the mining sector. Political upheavals and consequent regulatory changes are major factors influencing... 

A$1bn Olive Downs a step closer to development

By: Esmarie Iannucci     14th May 2020 The A$1-billion Olive Downs metallurgical coal mine being developed by Pembroke Resources in Queensland, has received approvals from the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act. Pembroke said on Thursday that... 

Lender says Murray Energy violated deal in ‘brazen’ loan default

By: Bloomberg     14th May 2020 Murray Energy allegedly violated a bankruptcy financing agreement after manipulating financial information, according to court papers filed by one of its lenders. GACP Finance, owed some $90-million under a loan tied up in Murray Energy’s bankruptcy financing package, delivered a notice of... 

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