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Queensland Premier Campbell Newman (second from right) presents members of Metso’s Process and Technology Innovation team with the Premier’s Minerals and Energy Award.

Australian innovation team wins export award

A supplier’s process technology and innovation team has been recognised for its delivery of innovative technical solutions to the global resources industry. Read more »
The plant tour included a rundown of the plant’s Programmable Logic Control system and screen displays.

IQA members impress on and off the quarry floor

Institute members recently enjoyed an action-packed day in one of Australia’s biggest wine-growing regions. Read more »
To increase safety in low light conditions the ActivAmr comes with high visibility on the palm side and the back of the hand.

Longer lasting gloves

Safety gloves are must in the quarry industry. Ansell's latest addition to its product line promises longevity, cost-efficiency and productivity for workers. Read more »
Since June, WesTrac has retrenched almost one quarter of its staff.

WesTrac slashes workforce by 25 per cent

Heavy equipment business WesTrac has retrenched almost one quarter of its staff in the past four months due to the slowdown in mining services. Read more »
Despite a fall in explosives volumes, Orica’s net profits are up almost 50 per cent on the previous financial year.

Improved FY13 results for Orica

Orica has reported a net profit that is up nearly 50 per cent on the previous year’s results. This comes in spite of a fall in explosives volumes worldwide. Read more »
Komatsu’s hybrid HB205 excavator is one of the products contributing to reductions in carbon emissions.

Green Komatsu gains global tick

CDP, a program used to evaluate corporate engagement in global climate change, has named Komatsu as a leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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Eaton’s mining tech day attracted more than 130 participants.

Technology day offers energy efficient solutions

Power management company Eaton has showcased its latest solutions for the Australian minerals industry at a dedicated technology event. Read more »
Caterpillar has announced the loss of 200 jobs at its Burnie facility amidst upheaval abroad.

Caterpillar job losses hit the homefront

Caterpillar will cut 200 Australia-based jobs, with those positions going to a new facility in Thailand.  Read more »

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