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New mobile scalping plant shows results for diamond diggings Restricted

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The installation and commissioning of a Finlay 595 Hydratrak mobile scalping plant at the diamond-digging operation of Millet Investments is reported to have resulted in significant benefits for the company.
29th August 2003
 
 

New technology for North West platinum-mine Restricted

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The first stirred-media detritor (SMD) production unit in South Africa, based on global specialist minerals process equipment supplier Metso Minerals’ licensed technology, will be installed at Lonmin’s Eastern platinum-mine, in the...
29th August 2003
 
 

Outsourcing agreement is finalised Restricted

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Johannesburg company Humboldt Wedag has entered into a contract with a local steel fabrication company to facilitate the manufacture of its range of vibrating screens.
29th August 2003
 
 

Rubber company seeks new solutions Restricted

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Rubber and composite linings protect mills from abrasion and corrosion, and improve energy transmission to mill loads.
29th August 2003
 
 

Twenty grinding mills to Africa in the last five years Restricted

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Minerals mining equipment specialist, Outokumpu, acquired the worldwide grinding mills business of Nordberg Mills from the Finnish Metso Corporation in September 2001.
29th August 2003
 
 

World’s rock mechanics set to gather in Joburg Restricted

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Mine closure, seismicity, slope stability, tunnelling, rock mass classification and rock fracture are among the key topics to be discussed at the forthcoming International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM) congress to be held at the Sandton...
29th August 2003
 
 

Explosives firm in R5,5m BEE transport deal Restricted

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South African mining explosives supplier, Bulk Mining Explosives (BME), has unveiled a R5,5-million a year black economic empowerment (BEE) procurement deal in association with Cargo Carriers’ new owner driver scheme.
28th August 2003
 
 

Africa beckons Restricted

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Johan Botha Precious metals management company Rand Refinery has embarked on a drive to expand its services to the greater African continent.
22nd August 2003
 
 
 
 
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