During the mining boom, record commodity prices encouraged the development of high-cost projects.

With most minesites utilising groundwater that is high in mineral content, many miners are faced with water carrying systems that require large amounts of time dedicated to maintenance as a result of scale build-up.

Technology start-up Resource Governance International (RGI) has struck a deal with South African mining software company Specsoft to obtain the rights and intellectual property to its RCubed product.

To prevent the failure of electronic systems as a result of overloaded circuit boards, global test and measurement specialist HBM has released a new strain gauge measuring amplifier that provides exact results for accurate stress load management.

Due to the mobile nature of many minesite assets, Leica Geosystems Mining has released Leica Jasset, a monitoring solution to locate mobile and semi-mobile assets.

Mining is a cutthroat industry when competing globally, with success or failure determined on threadbare margins.

Founded in 1479, Pewag is the oldest chain manufacturing company in the world and is still run today by the descendants of its founding family.

A new generation of recycled plastic cribbing systems, tested to be consistent with internationally recognised Australian standards, is being introduced throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

Dust management company Reynolds Soil Technologies (RST) recently launched its new dust solution Zero, which requires no water and does not evaporate or freeze.

Reynolds Soil Technologies (RST) is set to revolutionise dust suppression treatments internationally with its new Generation 2 Heavy Water Dynamic micro-polymer additive.