Caterpillar’s mining division head Steve Wunning has announced his retirement from the company, and will step down early next year.
Graphene, physically isolated only a decade ago, has the potential to change the world. Brent Balinski reports on what it is, why it’s creating so much excitement, and what it might offer Australian industry.
With its fateful decision not to support car assembly in Australia, we might be forgiven for thinking the federal government has written off manufacturing. But we could be in for a surprise, as options narrow in the wake of the mining boom.
The construction of Coretracks’s Ecopropp pilot-scale proppant manufacturing plant should be completed on time and within budget.
Workers from a Hunter Valley manufacturer of reinforcement products for the mining sector held a mass meeting this morning to stop expected redundancies.
Rio Tinto bauxite and alumina president Phillip Strachan has been appointed as the new head of the Australian Aluminium Council.
Manufactured at Austin’s Brisbane Operation, the bucket was designed based on the site specific material specifications to maximise the excavator’s productivity.
The Asia Pacific Honeywell Users Group has wrapped up for another year.
Keech Australia CEO, Herbert Hermens, says the Bendigo-based company is able to successfully compete on a global scale, and others can too.
Laying out the potential of graphene as a new super-metal.
Caltex is investing $5 million to expand its national bulk lubricants network, and build a new facility in WA.
Central Queensland’s Mining Equipment Maintenance has celebrated its first year after founder Paul Waardyk returned to ownership of the business.
Adapting to the post-China boom times will involve miners concentrating on sustainability, optimised efficiency and creating value within communities.
Tag has signed a contract with First Solar to build the solar power plant for Rio Tinto’s Weipa bauxite mine in Queensland.
The PPK Group has acquired electronic management system company MONEx.
Vermeer has announced Jason Andringa will step into the role of president and CEO of the company in November next year.
The mobile workstation allows an operation to boost safety by connecting systems, tools, and culture directly to the workshop floor
Gencom Two Way Radio are set to showcase a range of communication solutions for above and underground mining, on stand 8024 at the M&E NSW Exhibition.
The continued future of Boart Longyear is cloudy following the driller’s latest negative financial results.
The SNC-Lavalin McConnell Dowell joint venture has won the EPC contract for the Rollseton coal mine’s 5th coal valve project.