‘Smart buying’ and merger activity has driven new mine openings in recent years,...
Mining Products for Surface and Underground Applications
HAZEMAG & EPR GmbH can look back on more than 175 years of history and, with a workforce numbering around 450 worldwide, the company is operating successfully on all five continents.
Is it better to build a new mine or to buy one?
‘Smart buying’ and merger activity has driven new mine openings in recent years, but with reserves and ore grades declining, will it make more sense for companies to build or buy mines in the future? Julian Turner talks to Travis Hough, director in Frost & Sullivan's metals and minerals practice.
Lower Total Cost of Ownership with Fabric Buildings
In early 2018, Fabric Shelter manufacturer DomeShelter Australia circulated an article titled 'Shed or Shelter?', which compared their Fabric Buildings to traditional steel sheds for warehousing or workshops.
Rehabilitating Australia’s mines: projects leading the way
Australia is home to mining operations that can inflict damage on the natural environment; however mining rehabilitation projects are becoming more common and more ambitious in their scope. JP Casey takes a closer look at some of the country’s biggest and most successful mine rehabilitation schemes.
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