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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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Silver Mines’ enviro study confirms minimal impact, to be submitted soon

By: Marleny Arnoldi     21st June 2019 ASX-listed Silver Mines confirmed on Friday that the environmental impact statement (EIS) for its Bowdens silver project, in New South Wales, was in the final stages before being submitted for development consent to the New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment. The EIS affirms... 

Petropavlovsk reports strong interest in bond offering

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th June 2019 Russian gold mining company Petropavlovsk on Thursday announced a new $125-million convertible bond to refinance an existing short-term $100-million bond with a coupon of 9%, using a long-dated instrument at a lower cost. CEO Pavel Maslovskiy said in a statement that the new bond offering had... 

Diesel-driven pump ideal for remote, corrosive environments

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th June 2019 With mines’ ever-expanding need for efficient dewatering solutions in remote locations, pump rental specialist Integrated Pump Rental has added the stainless steel Sykes diesel-driven pump to its portfolio. Integrated Pump Rental development manager Ruaan Venter tells Mining Weekly that this pump... 

Azure to start trial mining at Mexico project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      5th June 2019 Australia-based emerging miner Azure Minerals on Wednesday announced that its board had approved the start of trial mining and processing of high-grade mineralisation from its Oposura zinc/lead project in Sonara, Mexico. Operations would start in the September quarter and would be funded through... 

El Cubo mine, Mexico

By: Sheila Barradas     31st May 2019 A silver/gold mine located about 10 km east of Guanajuato City, Mexico. 

Integrated Pump Rental

24th May 2019 Integrated Pump Rental is a specialist pump rental organisation that caters to the needs of all sectors, including mining, quarrying, construction, wastewater, energy and general industry across Africa. The company has the agility to offer cus­tomers quick and easy access to a comprehen­sive... 

Company progresses copper/silver project

24th May 2019 Venture capital firm and owner of the Khoemacau copper/silver project Cupric Canyon Capital has made significant progress towards the construction of what is to be a major copper and silver mine in north-west Botswana and expects first copper concentrate production in the first half of 2021.... 

Copper majors report sound performances

17th May 2019 Several large diversified miners dominate copper production in Zambia and account for a significant amount of copper production in the Copperbelt, which includes the Copperbelt province and the towns of Ndola, Kitwe, Chingola, Luanshya and Mufulira in particular, as well as the Democratic... 

Greenland optimises Kvanefjeld economics

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th May 2019 An optimised feasibility study into the Kvanefjeld rare earths project, in Greenland, has estimated a $31-million increase in annual revenue, at current rare-earth prices. ASX-listed Greenland Minerals on Wednesday reported that the optimised study had estimated an 8% increase in rare-earth... 

Processing operations start at Woodlawn

By: Esmarie Iannucci     8th May 2019 Ore processing at the Woodlawn zinc/copper mine, in New South Wales, has started, with the operation expected to progressively ramp up to an estimated throughput capacity of 1.5-million tonnes a year. ASX-listed Heron Resources on Wednesday told shareholders reclaimed tailings from hydraulic... 

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