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Damien Home, senior greenhouse gas advisor for Shell Australia, reported that stresses on the environment are creating new challenges for the mining and extractive industries.

Fuel supplier pledges to combat carbon emissions

Shell Australia has recently concluded three technology seminars in Kalgoorlie, Mackay and the Hunter Valley that brought together Shell’s global technical experts with members of the Australian mining industry to discuss future energy challenges.

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The Fixed Price Servicing program will now cover Komatsu Australia’s entire machine range.

Komatsu offers price stability on maintenance costs

Komatsu Australia has extended its Fixed Price Servicing (FPS) program to its earthmoving range in a move it says will give operators better control of maintenance costs on their machines.

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Using a 410 net horsepower (306kW) Cat C18 engine with ACERT technology, the D9T boasts an operating weight of 49,900kg.

Track-type tractor eases work, boosts production

Caterpillar has updated its Cat D9T track-type tractor, enhancing operator safety, comfort and performance. Read more »

CIVENEX displays equipment, plant and machinery from over 200 companies in the mining, quarrying, construction and civil works sectors.

New attractions promised at CIVENEX 2012

The Institute of Public Works is again hosting its annual infrastructure expo CIVENEX at the Sydney Dragway at Eastern Creek, New South Wales on 16 and 17 May this year.
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Each Case machine in Victoria will be identified with thousands of 1mm microscopic discs, each containing a unique code linked to the machine and the owner.

Earthmoving supplier goes “dotty” for extra security

Earthmoving supplier Case has taken the bold step of introducing the DataDotDNA security identification system to each new machine it delivers to the Victorian market.

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In Australia, Major Wire products, including the Flex-Mat 3 tensioned Modular and Optimum Wire woven wire screens, are distributed by Nepean Group.

New global screen alliance formed

From the beginning of January, two of the world’s largest screen media manufacturers have established a global screening alliance. Read more »
Metso’s Lokotrack range of mobile plant will be distributed by Tutt Bryant in 2012.

Metso forges new partnership with Tutt Bryant

Metso Minerals (Australia) has announced that from April 2012, it will be partnering with Tutt Bryant Equipment (formerly known as BT Equipment) to market and distribute the Lokotrack range of mobile crushers and screens throughout Australia. Read more »
Articulated dump truck sales rose by 52 per cent in 2011 due to new infrastructure projects and flood recovery work.

Equipment sales up from floods, boom

Driven by demand from the mining sector, plus natural disasters in the early part of 2011, the Australian construction and mining equipment market has grown strongly in the 12 months. Read more »


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