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Keeping it simple!

The SIM 2018 trade fair will take place from 17th to 19th October 2018 in Clermont-Ferrand/France – and in Booth F40, Flexco Europe GmbH, Rosenfeld/Germany, will be presenting future-oriented solutions that will make life much easier for conveyor system operators, because now material carryback, belt misalignment, material loss and belt slippage can be avoided from the outset. Among other products, the ...

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New standard in the 14 t class

The German manufacturer, GHH Fahrzeuge GmbH, Gelsenkirchen, presents its new LF14 which is the world’s strongest LHD in the 14 t payload category (Figure 1). Thanks to substantial progress also in other areas, i. e. the operating ergonomics, the LF 14 is easily setting standards in this product field. And once again, GHH has raised the bar in the market: ...

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“Mining Experience” – Minister of Economic Affairs Pinkwart finds out about digital technologies in modern mining in Wuppertal

Following an invitation by Komatsu Germany GmbH, Düsseldorf/Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia´s State Minister for Economic Affairs, Digitalisation, Innovation and Energy Prof. Andreas Pinkwart visited on 22nd August 2018 the Kalkwerke Oetelshofen quarry in Wuppertal. Together with the members of the company management of Komatsu Germany GmbH, Taiichiro Kitatani, Ralf Petzold and Göksel Güner, the minister learned about the use of digital ...

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Professionalism as a strategy

Many medium-sized companies in Germany also form the economic foundation and hold their ground in the tough competition in the extraction and processing of rock products. A typical example is Otterbein Zement- und Kalkwerke GmbH & Co. KG, located in Großenlüder-Müs, north-west of Fulda in the state of Hessen. The family business has been extracting around 500,000 t/a of shell ...

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TAKRAF Germany tastes HPGR success in Turkey

TAKRAF GmbH, Leipzig/Germany, announces the receipt of an important project award for the supply of two High-Pressure Grinding Rolls (HPGRs) for a cement plant in Turkey. The company’s HPGR machines (Figure 1) have been designed from the outset with maintainability in mind. A clear target to achieve this goal is the reduction of downtime, which includes integrated maintenance tools and ...

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Surface miners drive up savings in coal mining

Mine operators for some time now have been increasingly turning to an alternative to conventional rip-and-stack or drill-and-blast coal mining: the use of surface miners. Diverse studies and tests show that surface miners offer considerable advantages in terms of both economic efficiency and the final product. The main advantages of Wirtgen surface mining technology include the following: • selective mining; ...

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BAUER Technologies Ltd. contracted to work on Woodsmith Mine

In North Yorkshire, one of the UK’s deepest underground mines is being constructed by Sirius Minerals Plc over the next five years. The mine will extract polyhalite, a high-quality organic fertiliser consisting of the minerals calcium, magnesium, sulphur and potassium. The project is unique because all mining and transportation operations will take place completely underground, once the Woodsmith Mine is ...

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Compact, flexible, and efficient: the new BAUER BG 15 H ValueLine

With the completely redesigned BAUER BG 15 H (Figure 1), Bauer Maschinen GmbH, Schrobenhausen/Germany, is breaking new ground in the ValueLine. This state-of-the-art innovation specifically fulfills the requirements of a functional and cost-effective machine in the small drilling rig segment and also scores with extremely compact transport dimensions. Increased efficiency, increased mobility, increased flexibility, increased comfort – the BAUER BG 15 H ...

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GHH opens training center

Getting the most out of things: This is the motto of the company GHH Fahrzeuge GmbH from Gelsenkirchen/Germany, not just for special mining and tunnel construction vehicles. With the inauguration of its new training center not far from the Indian town of Udaipur, the manufacturer is now putting its know-how to profitable use and entering a huge growth market. The ...

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Next stop Down Under

RINGSPANN GmbH, Bad Homburg/Germany, is pursuing its globalisation plans at a breath-taking pace. Just a few weeks after the new branch in Singapore commenced activities, the company is announcing the establishment of its 14th international subsidiary RINGSPANN Australia. The German one-stop supplier of drive elements, precision clamping fixtures and mechanical cable systems is thus intensifying its presence in the markets ...

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