Chinese steel capacity eliminations and new era of environmental restrictions are impacting the...
Conveyor Rollers, Gearboxes and Motors
QME offers a wide range of mining and tunnelling equipment that is available for sale or rent. All our machines are available 'as is' or fully refurbished according to customer requirements.
Guangdong Tapai Group places repeat order with LOESCHE for two coal mills
LOESCHE is delivering another two vertical roller mills to Guangdong Tapai Co Ltd for its two 10,000t/d cement clinker production lines in Jiaoling, China.
FAM In-Pit Crushing and Conveying System for the Open Mine Angren, Uzbekistan
The lignite region Angren, which covers approximately 70km² is located about 110km south of the capital Tashkent. Angren is the heart of the Uzbek coal mining.
Chinese steel policy shifts to flatten out the iron ore boom by 2022
Chinese steel capacity eliminations and new era of environmental restrictions are impacting the global iron ore market, with crude steel production and iron ore imports expected to decline by CAGRs of 1.14% and 2.52% respectively between 2018-2022.
Poseidon signs MoUs for ore tolling at Black Swan project
Poseidon Nickel has signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with SulphideX and Estrella Resources for ore tolling at the Black Swan Concentrator north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.
Substantial Productivity Gains and Better Grade Control on Mining Sites
Both EY and PWC have identified 'Digital Effectiveness' or 'Technology and Cyber' as the number one or major business risk facing mining and metals with productivity as one of their CEO’s main concerns
History of mining: five of the oldest mines still in operation
While mining is nothing new, with archeologists finding evidence that the history of mining goes back to the ancient world, it is rare these days to find mines that have continued to produce on a commercial scale. Here are some of the oldest mines still in operation.
Could graphene batteries change the face of graphite mining?
While not yet commercially used in the industry, man-made ‘super mineral’ graphene holds huge potential for batteries. Derived from graphite, both commodities are expected to see huge growth in the coming years. What lies ahead for these minerals?
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