Cazaly Resources has seen shares in the company skyrocket as high as 96 per cent following an upgraded offer for its Parker Range iron ore assets.

Drawing on more than 60 years of experience in the development and construction of hydraulic excavators, Liebherr has launched B-versions of its R 9100 and R 9150 hydraulic excavators, with the upgrades enabling enhanced performance and reliability while lowering cost per tonne.

Since 1968, Hytorc has been developing, engineering and perfecting torque tools designed to improve productivity and safety across a number of industries.

With mining towns often located far from civilisation, providing suitable water for residents can be a challenge.

The second week of September is set to be a super-sized professional development week for the resources sector when two major mining conferences take place at Crown Perth.

As in most industries, the economic implications of reusable technology in mining cannot be overstated. Technology that allows repeat use not only reduces landfill, it ensures a healthier bottom line.

For most operating mines, shutdown periods are necessary for performing essential maintenance.

30 years is a long time in any industry and undoubtedly there will be a considerable amount of change in that time.

 

Generally speaking, working on a minesite is a messy job. From the red dirt of the Pilbara to the black dust of coal, no matter where you are in Australia, chances are you will end the day needing a shower.

African minerals explorer Force Commodities is hoping to make a name for itself as a base and precious metal explorer in the landlocked African nation of Malawi. 

The commissioning of a custom designed dual-arm robotic welding system at the Austin Engineering facility in Perth is expected to lift efficiency, productivity and output; benefits that underpin the specialty customised designs the company manufactures for the mining industry worldwide.