Monthly Archives: September 2019

Electrifying mining

The electric vehicle revolution is coming to mining – cleaner machines will not only reduce the industry’s carbon footprint but will mean workers can breathe more easily.

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Banking on fresh air

With the help of Epiroc, construction company Dragados could implement a tunneling ventilation system for the Bank station reconstruction within the confines of the bustling City of London.

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“Records are meant to be broken”

Assembly engineer Jitendra Bhamare ensures that the drill rigs in Nashik, India are assembled on time. Last year, he and his team reached the highest production level ever, but he already has his mind set on going further.

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Safer together

Sustainable mining requires holistic solutions. It is not just productivity and efficiency that are vital – everything related to safety needs to be in place too. Mining & Construction Magazine visited Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia to find out more about an award-winning collaboration.

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A brave new world

Very few things can bring chaos and mayhem to a country such as war. Kuwait, the small Middle East nation nestled in between Saudi Arabia, Iraq and the Gulf, have seen its fair share of destruction through the years. Since the mid 90’s however, the country have been rebuilt and development of new cities is now well underway.

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