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The IVAC Team was presented with a unique opportunity to directly compare our PV500 industrial vacuum system with three different types of vacuum trucks.

Asia-Pacific to remain dominant market for surface mining trucks

The global market for surface mining trucks is expected to improve through to 2020, supported by increased production at existing mines and over 270 new surface mines scheduled to commence operations globally between 2018 and 2020. Overall, the total population of mining trucks in operation is expected to increase by over 8,000 from 105,000 at the end of 2017 to over 113,000 by the end of 2020.

July’s top news stories

Anglo American will spend $5.3bn on the Quellaveco project, a new copper mine in Peru, while Cameco suspended production at its McArthur River and Key Lake uranium sites in Canada for an indefinite period in response to a weak uranium market. Mining-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2018.

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