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The HB215LC-1 being loaded onto the Mary Arctica for its trip to its new home in the snow and ice.

Hybrid excavator sets sail for Antarctica

A hybrid diesel/electric excavator is flying the colours for Komatsu on the southern continent. Read more »
The two-axle, all-wheel-drive BelAZ 75710 first rolled out of the  plant in late 2013.

Earthmoving manufacturer aims for record dump

Giant dump truck manufacturer seeks to depose rival in the Guinness Book of Records for the greatest weight carrying capacity. Read more »
Fuel efficiency comes standard with Volvo’s EC220D digger.

Global market helps Volvo recovery

Volvo Construction Equipment has experienced a three per cent rise in sales in the last quarter of 2013. Read more »
Three Australians won national recognition in the 2012 Quarry Life Awards. One of the winners chose tree-roosting for microbats (pictured).

Awards for biodiversity in quarries

Students, researchers and others interested in biodiversity are being encouraged to participate in the 2014 Quarry Life Awards. Read more »
Maptek will now adapt its laser scanning technology with Sandvik to improve mine automation.

Suppliers to collaborate on automation

Sandvik Mining and Maptek have announced a memorandum of understanding that will see them work together on equipment automation. Read more »
Boral Managing Director Mike Kane has led Boral out of the wilderness and into the black.

Boral back in the black

Boral appears to be on track after releasing a statement on an increase in net profit for the past six months. Read more »
Akhshtyr quarry is now accused of being a toxic landfill.

Sochi Olympics fails to meet “zero waste” pledge

Russia has promised that the Sochi Winter Olympics will be the cleanest games ever – but the reality is not living up to the hype. Read more »
Orica has spent nearly $30m to integrate ground support into its mining services business.

Explosives supplier’s profit falls

Orica chairman Peter Duncan expresses disappointment about the group's first fall in underlying profit in 12 years. Read more »
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt (left) and Komatsu president Tetsuji Ohashi (right) formally establish Komatsu GE Mining Systems.

New venture for next gen equipment

Komatsu and GE Mining have announced a new collaboration to develop next generation mining equipment. Read more »


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