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FLSmidth

FLSmidth delivers a unique combination of technology, service and expertise to its customers. FLSmidth primarily focusses on the mineral (including base and precious metals, iron ore, coal, industrial minerals) and cement industries.
FLSmidth now supplies the 660mᵌ SuperCell™ flotation cell which is the largest operating flotation cell in the world, which can be fitted with forced air or self-aspirated mechanisms. One of them is the nextSTEP™ advanced flotation mechanism, the newest design for forced air flotation technology. The nextSTEP rotor/stator combination demonstrates significant improvement in both metallurgical performance and energy efficiency over traditional forced-air designs.

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Updated Doropo PFS indicates increased resource confidence

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     29th November 2022 An updated prefeasibility study (PFS) into gold miner Centamin’s Doropo project, in north-eastern Côte d'Ivoire, has demonstrated potential operating and capital cost-saving opportunities within the processing flowsheet, as well as resource growth potential within the licence area. “The Doropo... 

Australia’s platinum pioneer highlighting greenness, mulling smelterless tech  

By: Martin Creamer     29th November 2022 Australia’s platinum group metals (PGMs) pioneer, Podium Minerals, is evaluating the cleanest and greenest mining and processing options that include the possibility of circumventing the need for smelting. The Australian Stock Exchange-listed exploration and resources development company, which... 

Anglo American creates ‘digital twin’ of Quellaveco

By: Creamer Media Reporter      28th November 2022 Diversified mining group Anglo American has implemented state-of-the-art technology at the Quellaveco mine, in Peru, to create a virtual replica that simulates everything that happens in its process plant. With this technology, digital mining specialists can perform predictive tests that help... 

Global organisation publishes tailings reduction roadmap

25th November 2022 Global CEO-led organisation International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) in September published its tailings reduction roadmap as part of a broader innovation initiative to develop solutions that significantly reduce tailings waste from mining and metals processing. The roadmap lays out... 

IPR

22nd November 2022 Established seven years ago, IPR (previously known as Integrated Pump Rental), is growing rapidly with a rental fleet that tripled since 2021. The company is the sole agent in southern Africa for the globally recognised Sykes range of diesel-driven pump sets and can also supply other brands such... 

Kin increases Dacian holding

By: Esmarie Iannucci     21st November 2022 Junior Kin Mining has increased its stake in takeover target Dacian gold to 7.34%, following a further on-market purchase, and is hoping to take advantage of the consolidation in the Leonora region. Kin in October took an initial 1.63% interest in Dacian, which is in the midst of a takeover... 

Kamoa-Kakula produced at an annualised rate higher than 400 000 t for a second month

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th November 2022 The Kamoa-Kakula Mining Complex, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, produced 33 379 t of filtered copper-in-concentrate in October. At the end of October, there was an additional 5 786 t of floated, but not yet filtered, copper in inventory. This marks the second month in a row that floated and... 

Goldplat continues solid quarterly performances

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     8th November 2022 Aim-listed Goldplat’s two gold recovery operations in South Africa and Ghana achieved a combined operating profit of £1.9-million for the quarter ended September 30 – the first quarter of the company’s 2023 financial year – representing a 38% year-on-year increase. This was a continuation of the... 

Maniry costs skyrocket

By: Esmarie Iannucci     3rd November 2022 A definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the Maniry graphite project, in Madagascar, has nearly doubled the expected capital costs for Stage 1 of the operation, compared with a 2021 scoping study. ASX-listed BlackEarth Minerals on Thursday reported a capital cost estimate of $79.2-million for... 

Sylvania achieves strong first-quarter performance

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     31st October 2022 Aim-listed Sylvania achieved “strong” results for its first financial quarter, ended September 30, in line with expectations. The Sylvania Dump Operations (SDO) produced 19 194 oz of platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold (4E) platinum group metals (PGMs) – the company’s best quarterly production... 

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