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SPH Kundalila

SPH is a materials handling company, operating in the surface mining industry. Its services include mobile crushing and screening, bulk earthworks, plant hire, haul road construction, rehabilitation and maintenance. The company is focussed on safety and reliability, and believes in value-add through efficiency. SPH is a full subsidiary of the Raubex Group Ltd, a JSE listed company.

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Lynas’ rare earths plant awarded ‘major project’ status

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd February 2020 ASX-listed rare earths producer Lynas has been awarded “major project status” by the Australian government for its rare earths processing plant, in Kalgoorlie. The award helps provide s single entry point for commonwealth government approvals, as well as project support and assistance with... 

Demand, commitments position Canada’s mining sector for success – MAC

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     27th January 2020 Recent commitments to mining, particularly the new Canada-US Joint Action Plan on Critical Minerals Collaboration and the Canadian Minerals and Metals Plan (CMMP), show great promise for the country’s mining sector, Mining Association of Canada (MAC) CEO and president Pierre Gratton said last... 

FLSmidth

24th January 2020 FLSmidth is a leading provider of mineral processing and material handling technology and systems to the global mining industry. In keeping with its strategy of driving success through sustainable productivity enhancement, FLSmidth is founded on three fundamental values – competence, cooperation... 

Fluor Launches Virta

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th October 2019 Fluor– Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) recently announced the launch of Virta Inc. (Virta), a fully-owned subsidiary of Fluor Enterprises, Inc. “Virta is aligned with Fluor’s strategy that focuses on our core markets,” said Leonardo Kaid, vice president of global business development and strategy... 

First-ever Kenyan mining PhD holder graduates from Wits

By: Nadine James     21st June 2019 Kenya’s first PhD graduate in mining, Dr Joseph Muchiri Githiria graduated at the end of last year from the University of the Witwatersrand’s School of Mining Engineering (Wits School of Mining). Githiria has since returned to his post as a lecturer at Kenya’s Taita Taveta University – located... 

Award winning software company ESS Engineering Software Steyr poised to make its mark at Mining Investment London Conference

20th June 2019 Mining Investment London Conference and Exhibition www.mininginvestmentlondon.com, part of the global Mining Investment Conference Series. will be returning to London for the 3rd time from 19 – 20 Sep 2019 and ESS Engineering Software Steyr, an award-winning global software company based in... 

Wits sends off first Kenyan mining PhD graduate

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th June 2019 The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) School of Mining Engineering this week celebrated the success of the first Kenyan PhD mining graduate Dr Joseph Muchiri Githiria. After finishing his studies near the end of last year, he returned to his post as lecturer at Kenya’s Taita Taveta... 

Qld wants to make Mount Isa line more attractive for mineral exporters

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th June 2019 The resources sector has welcomed a half-billion dollar commitment by the Queensland government to boost mineral freight exports on the Mount Isa line. The government on Sunday announced an A$128-million initiative to lower freight charges and to build a new container terminal at the Port of... 

Tirupati to raise £3m for growth projects

By: Creamer Media Reporter      4th June 2019 Flake graphite producer Tirupati Graphite plans to raise up to £3-million through the placement of convertible loan notes to fund its growth projects. The company wants to expand its existing production capabilities to become a significant producer of primary high-quality flake graphite in... 

Smart digitalisation an urgent problem

By: Tracy Hancock     31st May 2019 Smart technology-enabled digitalisation poses a significant challenge for South Africa’s materials handling and logistics companies who fail to adapt, especially in a market where the country’s big mining players seek to realise the ‘mine of tomorrow’, says African artificial intelligence (AI)... 

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