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RAG

The RAG Aktiengesellschaft, Essen/Germany, has restructured its property management duties. Consequently, it is continuing its ongoing restructuring process following the discontinuation of the German coal mining industry and against the backdrop of particular challenges in the post-mining era. Two changes in the management of RAG Montan Immobilien GmbH are associated with the restructuring: Uwe Penth, who up until now has ...

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RAG Anthrazit Ibbenbüren GmbH

At its regular meeting on 10th December 2019, the supervisory board of RAG Anthrazit Ibbenbüren GmbH, Ibbenbüren/Germany, made the decision to implement its planned changes in personnel among top-level management. Heinz-Werner Voß, former spokesperson for the management board, went into retirement on the 31st December 2019. Jürgen Kunz, previously head of production and authorised signatory at RAG Anthrazit Ibbenbüren, has ...

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thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions

Effective 1st November 2019, Jan Lüder took over as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Mining Technologies business unit at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG, Essen/Germany. He succeeded Torsten Gerlach, who left the company. Alongside his new role, Jan Lüder remains CEO of the thyssenkrupp AG Asia Pacific Regional Headquarters and CEO of the Lead Local Office of the Industrial Solutions ...

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Avacon

On 1st March 2020, Julia Kranenberg will take over responsibility for the personnel board division at Avacon AG in Helmstedt/Germany. She will replace Frank Aigner once he goes into retirement. As the head of the personnel development division and top executive management, Julia Kranenberg is currently responsible for group-wide employee and managerial development at innogy SE as well as HR ...

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ZVEI

Wolfgang Weber, Vice President of business communication and government relations for regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa at BASF, has changed position to become the chair of business management for the central association of electrical technology and the electronics industry (ZVEI), which is based in Frankfurt am Main. On 1st January 2020, he succeeded the position of Klaus ...

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Keeping a cool head

Underground mining conditions can be extreme for man and machine – and high temperatures are just one of the challenges to be overcome. Flexco Europe GmbH, Rosenfeld/Germany, offers conveyor belt system operators special solutions that can safely withstand the heat, including various blades for precleaners that still work reliably at 230 °C (Figure 1). Dust and gases can cause explosions underground, ...

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18 in one giant leap

GHH Vehicles GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, the manufacturer of mining and tunnelling machines, is significantly expanding its presence on the market: 18 more machine types will be included in the product range. GHH can thus be regarded as a new full-range supplier in his business, supplying its customers with almost everything, almost everywhere. It is a strategic move that opens up a ...

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Delegation from Turkish mining area signs cooperation contract with Halbach & Braun Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co.

A core region of hard coal extraction and energy production with a 200 year mining tradition: This brief description applies to the Ruhr region, but also to Turkey with numerous state and private hard coal mines. But there is also a considerable difference. While coal mining in the Ruhr region has been history for a year, it has excellent prospects ...

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Sandvik launches DS512i Rock bolter

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology launches its new bolter for 5 m x 5 m size headings combining a safe, ergonomic working environment with high levels of performance. Equipped with a completely new carrier, high frequency rock drill, control system and ergonomic cabin, the Sandvik DS512i offers high levels of safety and efficiency for all rock reinforcement operations (Figure 1). The safe ...

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TOMRA’s technology and partnership approach delivers record-breaking diamond recoveries for Lucara

Lucara Diamond Corporation owns the Karowe diamond mine in Botswana, which has been in production since 2012. The mine is recognised as one of the foremost producers of very large, high-quality Type IIA diamonds in excess of 10.8 ct. Historic recoveries include the 1,109 ct Lesedi La Rona – the second-largest gem quality diamond ever found – and the 813 ...

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