Sunday 24th Jan, 2021

Stieber backstops for Australian coal mine conveyors

A load-sharing releasable backstop solution was needed for use on new conveyors at a large coal complex in Australia that…
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Freight transport improvements at Port Botany are one step closer, with major firms shortlisted to design and build the Botany Rail Duplication and Cabramatta Loop projects.

ARTC signs $80M contract for local manufacturing

The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has signed an $80 million contract for the local manufacture of Inland Rail turnouts…
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Viterra upgrades its Port Yorke port terminals

Viterra has invested $7 million into upgrading its Port Giles and Wallaroo port terminals, following a strong export shipping year….
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Continental consolidates conveyor brands

All products from Continental-owned brands such as Phoenix, IMAS, Kolubara, LEGG, Matador and National Belt Service will be integrated into…
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A new initiative from the Victorian government is set to boost the use of recycled material in rail and infrastructure projects.

Victorian recycling infrastructure set to boom

Victoria is set to double its domestic glass recycling capacity following a major investment into the state’s recycling industry. Seven…
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Waelz Sustainable Products (WSP) has contracted Bruks Siwertell to supply a series of conveyors for its new zinc recycling facility.

Bruks Siwertell wins major supply contract

Waelz Sustainable Products (WSP) has contracted Bruks Siwertell to supply a series of conveyors for its new zinc recycling facility….
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A collaboration of Newcastle businesses, including TUNRA Bulk Solids, HIC Services, and Lindsay Dynan, worked together to improve the throughput of a transfer chute at a prominent Hunter Valley coal mine by using 3D modelling technology.

TUNRA’s 10 Commandments for reliable transfer chute design

Shaun Reid, Dr Jens Plinke and Priscilla Freire offer their top 10 tips on how to design transfer chutes that…
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Boral and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have formed a five-year partnership to accelerate the research, development and commercialisation of low carbon concrete.

Boral secures grant for AI research into improving concrete

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has awarded Boral and the University of NSW (UNSW) a grant to use advanced analytics…
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Phosphate project wins Major Project Status

A $1.5 billion project to mine phosphate in the Northern Territory, which is expected to create more than a thousand…
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