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A mystery investor has swooped in to save a local Mossman sugar mill, just hours before the company was due to be liquidated.

QLD supports sugarcane growers to improve farm run off

Six organisations have won funding to support sugarcane growers in implementing improved management practices on their farms.

CSBP Fertilisers unveil multi-million-dollar Kwinana project

CSBP Fertilisers has confirmed that the multi-million-dollar project to refurbish its direct import conveyor system at its Kwinana facility is …
A mystery investor has swooped in to save a local Mossman sugar mill, just hours before the company was due to be liquidated.

QLD supports sugarcane growers to improve farm run off

Six organisations have won funding to support sugarcane growers in implementing improved management practices on their farms.
The Queensland Government has granted mining leases to a major phosphate mine, which is expected to create 445 jobs.

New phosphate mine gets green light

The Queensland Government has granted mining leases to a major phosphate mine, which is expected to create 445 jobs.
The Queensland Government will invest $20 million to significantly extend the life of Australia’s largest tungsten mine in Far North Queensland.

QLD expands Mt Carbine Tungsten Mine

The Queensland Government will invest $20 million to significantly extend the life of Australia’s largest tungsten mine in Far North …
Revolver Resources will accelerate plans to recommission a Far North Queensland copper mine thanks to support from the State Government.

WA reforms to fast track resources approvals

The WA Government has released the Eligible Mining Activity (EMA) Regulations for stakeholder consultation.

Dedicated research centre for sustainable supply chain opens

The University of Adelaide has launched the first research centre in Australia dedicated to sustainable operations and resilient supply chains.

Conveyors

Fenner Conveyors’ Hunter team hits safety milestone

Fenner Conveyors’ Hunter team has reached a major safety milestone of 365 days recordable injury free.
Kinder Australia’s K-RockNet debris containment nets are designed to safeguard against conveyor accidents whilst ensuring the seamless flow of materials.

Protecting what matters with K-RockNet

When conveyors are high overhead, safety is everything. It only takes one falling rock to cause serious injury and damage …
Martin Engineering’s decades of research and development have resulted in some practical methods and innovative equipment that bulk handlers can apply to help reduce dust at the conveyor discharge point. 

Martin Engineering’s tips for efficient conveyor discharge

Every day, bulk handlers struggle with the conveyor discharge zone emitting dust, carryback, and spillage, some of the leading problems …
It has been six years since DYNA Engineering planned to replace steel conveyor guards with recyclable high-density polyethylene. ABHR learns how the swap has affected the company.

Recyclability tack paying dividends for DYNA

It has been six years since DYNA Engineering planned to replace steel conveyor guards with recyclable high-density polyethylene. ABHR learns …
Kinder Australia’s belt support system is helping bulk handlers avoid dust emissions and spillage by eliminating belt sag.

Support and more with K-Sure

Kinder Australia’s belt support system is helping bulk handlers avoid dust emissions and spillage by eliminating belt sag.
Flexicon has rolled its twin tilt-down flexible screw conveyor system with dual hoppers on a common mobile base, constructed and finished to 3-A sanitary standards.

New Flexicon twin tilt-down flexible screw conveyor system

Flexicon has rolled out a new twin tilt-down flexible screw conveyor system with dual hoppers on a common mobile base, …

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Agriculture

Viterra selects grower relationship manager

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Viterra has appointed a new eastern region grower relationship manager to support the help support the business in developing and …

Grain increasingly shipped by rail in Victoria

Grain volumes moved by rail in Victoria have increased by 95 per cent between July and December 2023 compared to …

HE Silos celebrates 55 years

HE Silos has rescheduled its 55th anniversary celebration, which will now occur on Thursday, June 13th, 2024, from 10:00 AM …

Bulk Technology

Advancements for belt weighing – The IntelliRoll now capable of more weighing solutions

At the forefront of belt weigher technology, CST is winning awards with its new product the IntelliRoll. Due to the …
Thayer Scale has launched its new WeighPoint Series 7200 integrator, expanding its line of weighing-focused instrumentation.

Thayer Scale unveils new instrumentation

Thayer Scale has launched its new WeighPoint Series 7200 integrator, expanding its line of weighing-focused instrumentation.

The use of 3D printing in structural design

Edwin Ovalle, a structural engineer at Aspec Engineering’s Perth office, writes about how the company has used 3D printing to …
Control Systems Technology has recently achieved certification for its belt weighing system with a 0.1 per cent margin of error. ABHR learns why this number is so important.

CST: Accurate to 0.1 per cent

Control Systems Technology has recently achieved certification for its belt weighing system with a 0.1 per cent margin of error. …

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Bulk Industries

New technology to recover metals from Port Pirie contaminated sites

New technology could recover up to $40 million worth of valuable metals from Port Pirie’s contaminated sites and help restore …
The Australian Sugar Milling Council’s (ASMC) has highlighted the industry’s biofuel potential in its response to the Federal Government’s consultation on its Electricity and Energy Sector Decarbonisation Plan.

Could sugar be used as biofuels across Australia?

The Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) has highlighted the industry’s biofuel potential in its response to the Federal Government’s consultation …
Team leader Associate Professor Dilan Robert (third from left) with the RMIT research team behind the energy-smart bricks in a lab at RMIT University. Credit: Seamus Daniel, RMIT University

Visy and RMIT team up to turn waste glass into bricks

RMIT engineers have collaborated with Visy to make bricks that use waste glass and combusted solid waste instead of clay.

New facility turns soft plastics into construction materials

Melbourne is now home to Australia’s first soft plastics and e-waste recycling facility, which will create materials to build roads …

Boral buys Booyal Quarries

Boral has completed the acquisition of a 75-hectare hard rock quarry located 60km south-west of Bundaberg in the Wide Bay …