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IQA2021: Re-Think, Re-Source, Re-Engage

 

The premier conference for the extractive and associated industries, the 62nd Institute of Quarrying Australia National Conference – to be hosted from 5 to 7 October, 2021 – will showcase the city of Newcastle, and provide opportunities to re-connect through an innovative and engaging program.

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Turning market pressure into market opportunity

 

Most people would list some essential qualities of quarrying equipment as robust, reliable, low maintenance, and maybe high tech. But one feature becoming increasingly important, in the wake of COVID-19 restrictions is Australian-made. 

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Choosing a mobile that outdoes the modelling

 

As Metso Outotec’s Australian distributor, Tutt Bryant Equipment is expected to provide knowledgeable support, a wide range, and quality service – a tall order for any business.  But after a quick chat with Tutt’s staff, it becomes clear they have all that and more. 

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Battery-powered screen joins decarbonisation challenge

 

Powerscreen, a manufacturer and provider of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has responded to the decarbonisation challenge by unveiling the concept Eco-Warrior battery-powered mobile screen.

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Holcim rolls out recycled aggregate product in Poland

 

A division of Holcim has begun using Aggneo – a recycled aggregate 20 per cent lighter than traditional aggregate – to reduce emissions across its Polish operations.

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Sandvik Leopard DI650i

Sandvik adds autonomous capabilities to Leopard DI650i drill rig

 

Sandvik has developed the iDrill automation platform to enable fully autonomous blasthole drilling for the Leopard DI650i down-the-hole drill rig.

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AU-UK free trade deal offers good signs for quarry businesses

 

An historic free trade agreement (FTA) between Australia and the United Kingdom will strengthen the UK’s investment in Australian resources, while providing easier access for businesses to trade equipment and services.

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new Terex SI Screen

Machines of best fit: OEM recommends vibrating screens

 

As the distinctive identities of many products in the crushing and screening sector give way to rationalisation over time, one OEM is staying dedicated to offering the aggregates industry the best of its screens and feeders – across five different brands. John Flynn explains. 

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Mining and METS economic contribution

Mining and METS deliver $241.9bn to Australian economy

 

Australia’s mining companies and mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector have contributed 12.4 per cent of the Australian economy’s value, according to a report from Deloitte Access Economics.

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