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Agnico Eagle’s LaRonde mine is the first to utilize AutoMine® with LTE communication network underground on a production scale. This will not only increase productivity and improve safety but also mark a breakthrough in technology.
Sandvik adds a new loader to its rapidly expanding Toro™ family, Toro™ LH307. In addition to featuring a multitude of design updates and new options to both hardware and software, Toro™ LH307 loader also carries more tonnes than its predecessor Sandvik LH307, with the
Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions has introduced its newest i-series top hammer longhole drill rig, Sandvik DL422i.
Sandvik is now launching RS410, the next generation raiseboring cutter. With a new design and tougher carbides for reduced insert breakage, it can provide up to 20% longer service life depending on rock conditions - improving safety and reducing downtime and maintenance costs.
Mississauga, Canada: Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions has secured an order of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) from BHP for the Jansen Potash Project, located in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. Jansen Stage 1 is being designed with a focus on sustainability and technology and the
Sandvik has acquired the Finland-based company Akkurate, a frontrunner in holistic battery management, providing remote battery diagnostic and prognostic platforms. The company will be reported in Load and Haul, a division within the business area Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions.
The President of business area Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions, Henrik Ager, will leave the Sandvik Group.
Sandvik’s new warehouse at Roe Highway Logistics Park (ROE) in Western Australia is the first industrial facility in the state to be declared 6 Star Green Star by the Green Building Council of Australia .
Sandvik is upgrading its 30 tonne truck with the latest engine technology and adding Toro™ TH430 to its bull family. This reliable, productive truck is now compliant with Stage V regulations, the most stringent emission regulations in the world. In addition to reducing emissions, the Stage
USD$17M investment in OptiMine®next-generation technology to reduce accidents, injuries, and fatalities at Sibanye-Stillwater's US PGM operations in Montana, US
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