Monday 24th Jan, 2022

After 22 year gap, Australia resumes graphite exports

20 tonnes of bulk-bagged flake graphite left Valence Industries’ Uley site near Port Lincoln in late March, bound for Port…
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Conveyor spillage contractor launches telescopic raking machine

Oreclean, a company that specialises in cleaning spillage from under conveyors, has launched an innovative device called the Telescopic Raking…
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Transfer points: Where productivity is really on the line

Material transfer points can make or break sites’ productivity. With low commodity prices crunching profits, the need for well performing…
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QRC blasts community dust study

The Queensland Resources Council has attacked a dust study by community action group Clean Air Queensland. Clean Air Queensland (CAQ)…
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Forensic analysis a key to root cause of failures

Forensic engineering consulting specialist Soto Group says a pattern is emerging where savvy mining companies initially engage the organisation for…
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Bradken-built wagons in Kwinana, WA. Photo: Bradken

Bradken merger talks still on table despite market unease

Consumables supplier Bradken has said merger talks with Chilean outfit Magotteaux are still on the table, as the former announced…
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Atlas has worked out better deals with its contractors. Photo: James Lauritz.

Atlas extends equity drive amid shareholder interest

Struggling junior Pilbara miner Atlas Iron has extended its equity raising campaign, citing strong demand from existing shareholders. Atlas moved…
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Coal ships loading at PWCS. Photo: Southern Cross Maritime LARGE

Concern over China’s stricter coal testing

Businessman and federal MP Clive Palmer says Australia needs to take action over a move by China to heighten the…
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