Mineral exporting ports on both the west and east coasts of Australia have...
- Cyclones threaten mining operations on Australian coastlines
- Two autonomous trucks collide in heavy rain at BHP’s Jimblebar hub
- Eyes on the road: in pursuit of safer, cleaner mining vehicles
- Belt and Road: find out how China’s plans will affect global copper in the latest MINE Magazine
- Autonomous mining: the challenges of independently minded vehicles
The Electric Revolution Is Already Here: The Power Behind A Mining Battery
With the focus on fully-electric vehicles on sites, it’s still important to remember how much electrical equipment is powered on today’s mining vehicles.
Komatsu launches global Center of Excellence for AHS
Mining equipment and services provider Komatsu has launched its global Center of Excellence (CoE) for Autonomous Haulage Systems (AHS) in Tucson, Arizona, US.
Ausroad Stemming Trucks – Proven, Less Misfires And Greater Effectiveness
Ausroad Stemming Trucks are the first choice for Australia’s largest mining companies. From BHP to Rio Tinto, our fleet surpasses expectation.
Golding Contractors to increase Curragh Main Mine capacity
Golding Contractors, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NRW Holdings, has received a letter of direction from Coronado Curragh to increase the capacity of the Curragh Main Mine in Australia by introducing a fourth fleet to its existing mining operations.
When to Change a ProVent filter
ProVent 200 Catch Cans do a remarkable job of filtering oily crank case fumes from entering the inlet area. One of the common mistakes people make is not replacing the filter, or not knowing when to change a ProVent filter.
Cyclones threaten mining operations on Australian coastlines
Mineral exporting ports on both the west and east coasts of Australia have begun preparations for the impact of a pair of cyclones, which are expected to hit the coastlines over the weekend.
Two autonomous trucks collide in heavy rain at BHP’s Jimblebar hub
Two autonomous trucks collided at BHP’s Jimblebar mining hub in the Pilbara region of Western Australia on Saturday, with a company spokesperson claiming heavy rainfall made the mine’s roads slick, causing a truck to slide into the other.
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