Friday 17th Aug, 2018
Gary James

Gary James seeks patents for belt conveyor

One of Australia’s most experienced conveyor engineers has applied for patents for an innovative belt conveyor and formed a new…
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BHS Australia opens for business

German mixing and crushing technology group BHS-Sonthofen has recently established an Australian joint venture business in Newcastle. The local business…
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Hydraulic nuts reduce HPGR downtime

Technofast Industries’ founder and CEO, John Bucknell believes that maintenance downtime on High Pressure Grind Rollers (HPGR) is being slashed…
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New finance boss to steer WorleyParsons in tough times

Engineering firm WorleyParsons has announced the appointment of a new chief financial officer to replace departing CFO Simon Holt. WorleyParsons…
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Roy Hill train. Photo: Roy Hill

Roy Hill launches court action over Samsung contract

Roy Hill will take Samsung to court over millions of dollars-worth of potential penalty payments, over the delivery of the…
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Attendees mingling at the 10th Australian Bulk Handling Awards. Photo: Greg Dickins

All the winners from the Australian Bulk Handling Awards

A great time was had by all at ‘The Bulkies’ on the night of November 5th in Sydney. Below is…
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Loy Yang, photo care of Thomas Hudec.

BMT WBM scores detailed design for Loy Yang conveyor

Consultancy firm BMT WBM, has been awarded a contract to design a major new conveyor system for the Loy Yang…
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Wearply from cut to size plastics is used for applications ranging from vibratory conveyor leaf springs, through to electrical motor, generator and transformer components, insulated rail joints, and minerals processing components.

Aussie firm markets diverse, strong Wearply plastic

Australian manufacturer Cut to Size Plastics says its Wearply plastic composite weighs less than aluminium but has up to 10…
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