Global blasting player Enaex is doubling down on its expansion into the Australian mining scene, with two new acquisitions solidifying its presence as a serious competitor in one of the Australian mining market.
Orica keeps quarries moving with fragmentation monitoring
Orica has expanded on the fragmentation monitoring methods offered by the company, to include real-time oversize product detection for quarries utilising blast technology.
Maxam is focusing on customer solutions
As a global company specialising in energetic materials, Maxam is ready to provide experience, tools, technology and services to help clients perform efficiently and effectively.
Cat extends remote operation capacity
Cat 349, 352, 374 and 395 large hydraulic excavators can now be equipped with Cat Command for Excavating, a remote-control system removes operators from potentially hazardous jobsite conditions by keeping them at a safe distance, and reducing potential safety risks from climbing on and off machines.
Epiroc completes acquisition of Wain-Roy
Epiroc has completed the acquisition of the business of Wain-Roy, a US manufacturer of excavator attachments for the construction industry.
The power of diamonds
Epiroc’s Powerbit X drill features diamond-protected buttons which results in more uptime, improved safety, and lower CO2 emissions.
New Cat hammers show off next gen excavator technology
Hydraulic hammers are versatile work tools that can extend the usefulness of skid steer loaders, backhoe loaders and excavators.
Epiroc completes acquisition of RNP México
Epiroc has completed the acquisition of rock drills and related spare parts manufacturer RNP México.
Epiroc to test first battery-electric surface drill
Epiroc and Skanska will trial the first ever tophammer battery-electric rig at a quarry in Sweden – the SmartROC T35 E.
Epiroc harnesses the power of diamonds
Epiroc has launched a drill protected by diamonds Powerbit X, reducing the amount of CO2 emissions per drilled meter by up to 90 per cent.