Austmine, Australia’s leading association of the Australian Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS), welcomes the announcement by the Labor Government to establish the Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) Innovation Partnership, one of 12 partnerships that has Federal Government support.
International mining leaders will be speaking about the latest innovation and technology shaping the mining sector at the Austmine 2013 International Conference & Exhibition.
One of Australia’s leading contractor mining services provider, Leighton Contractors have been the first to start installation with the Evo-Crete Cable Ladder Blocks, with initial purchases being made late last year.
The latest audio interview is now available for mining professionals to download and listen to as part of the EMC podcast series. This podcast, presented by Mining IQ with Martin Richards, CEO, EPFM for EMC, looks at the current state of Engineering, Plant and Facilities Management and why EPFM solutions can benefit business requirements for assets.
Rio Tinto is the official conference partner for Drill & Blast 2013. The event features 14 experts in the industry, with extensive research and analysis the event will provide solutions, to a number of challenges mining companies encounter in Australia.
Industry information portal Mining IQ is very pleased to announce it has this week reached 20,000 members. Members for Mining IQ encompass all aspects of job roles and niche areas of the global mining industry and is now one of Australia’s biggest mining portals.
Mining IQ has today announced a new initiative for all Mining Managers and General Managers in Australia. A Golden Ticket will be offered to attend all Mining IQ events in Australia throughout all of 2013.
Garry Whitfield, Senior Chemist of BP Australia has been confirmed to speak at the Diesel Emissions in Mines workshops taking place in Sydney, 26 February and in Dubbo, 28 February.
The final and full edition of The Weird and Wonderful World of Mining has now been released to the public and includes all four editions, containing eight chapters and 72 pages.
Due to a new partnership between two major industry players, the New Year will see an exciting opportunity for all mining industry people to benefit from specialist training - including online webinars, podcasts and case studies – and it won’t cost you a cent