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Vale to resume operations at Brucutu iron ore mine in Brazil
Brazilian iron ore miner Vale has announced that it expects to resume operations within 72 hours at Brucutu mine in Sao Goncalo do Rio Abaixo in the state of Minas Gerais.
SRK to Host Workshop: Key Elements of Mine Water Management and Slope Stability
This 1.5-day workshop will work through open pit and underground mine dewatering, slope stability, pore pressure depressurization and most importantly, cost-saving opportunities while ensuring safety
Introducing the Hornet™ XL
Outlet fusion just got bigger with the Hornet XL. McElroy brings this industry-first, all-in-one tool for polypropylene outlet fusion up a size with branches from 63mm to 160mm on to main sizes 110mm and larger.
AKW Equipment and Process Units
AKW Apparate + Verfahren GmbH is a medium-sized, privately owned company focussed on process engineering and equipment, as well as on plant engineering, construction and service.
Capital expenditure of world’s leading mining companies set to reach $60bn in 2019
After an average annual decline of 16.6% from 2013 to 2017, total capital expenditure of the world’s 20 leading mining companies recovered by 16.9%, to reach US$50.7 billion in 2018.
Metal Tiger subsidiary KML to acquire 100% of Kitlanya
Metal Tiger’s subsidiary Kalahari Metals (KML) has signed a binding agreement to acquire 100% of Resource Exploration and Development’s subsidiary Kitlanya.
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