Around the world, copper prices have surged as economies rebound from the global pandemic. One copper miner in north-west Queensland is set to take full advantage of the increased demand for this precious commodity.
When construction and demolition materials recycling specialist Alex Fraser Group needed geared motors to support its sophisticated materials handling facility, it turned to SEW-Eurodrive.
With decades of experience creating value for customers through manufacturing and technology innovation, Komatsu was able to provide an integrated solution to help a mine in Africa address a major processing issue.
When Queensland contractor Gunne Civil Constructions was engaged to carry out site preparation earthworks for Komatsu’s new Wacol Distribution Centre and technology hub in Queensland, it was an opportunity for the company to take advantage of the latest technology in managing its side of the project.
Oberon Earthmoving has been serving central-west New South Wales for several years, building a reliable reputation for all kinds of earthworks – civil, commercial, residential and rural.
Walker Quarries has used Wirtgen mobile equipment to turn a mountainous quartzite resource into a growing operation 150km west of Sydney.
Lincom Group has delivered the first Powerscreen Trakpactor 290SR in Australia, helping a contract crusher in regional South Australia maintain a rugged outback road network.
Michael McQueen is looking forward to helping delegates better understand where future opportunities lie at the IQA conference this week. McQueen discusses the trends to be embraced, the traps and mistakes to be avoided, and the practical game plans businesses in the quarrying industry and in other industries will have to implement in order to be successful in a disruptive future.
Holcim has helped a Western Australian concrete wall company to improve costs and sustainability with its ECOPact low-carbon concrete. PC Walls founder Sean King discussed the inspiration behind the switch in such a vital product for his company.
To make sure nothing goes to waste, a quarrying business in New South Wales is making a name for itself in the crushing and recycling space – with the aid of a new excavator.