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South African manufactured Screens chosen for Australian Iron Ore Mine again

One of the MBE Minerals screens that forms part of an ongoing replacement cycle at an Australian iron ore mine.
Havy Duty Screens
MBE Minerals reports it has secured yet another export contract from Australia for the supply of its custom engineered and manufactured heavy duty vibrating screens. The South African original equipment manufacturer (OEM) attributes the ongoing successes being achieved in Australia to its ability to produce vibrating screens that offer reliable operation in the mining sector.

Skouries Technical Study approved, Construction to recommence

The approval of the Technical Study enables Hellas Gold to recommence construction activities at the Skouries Project site, which were suspended in January 2016.
Gold-Copper Mining Project
Eldorado Gold Corporation confirmed that Hellas Gold S.A., a Greek subsidiary of Eldorado, has received from Greece's Ministry of Energy and Environment the approval of the updated Technical Study for the Skouries Project in Halkidiki, Northern Greece. The approval of the Technical Study enables Hellas Gold to recommence construction activities at the Skouries Project site, which were suspended in January 2016.

Superior Industries doubles Size of Plant in Columbus after Expansion

In addition to the plant expansion, Superior Industries doubled the engineering staff dedicated to developing the screens, washers and portable plants.
Plant Expansion
Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, recently completed a major expansion at its manufacturing plant in Columbus (NE), USA. In addition, the 44-year-old company doubled the engineering staff dedicated to developing the screens, washers and portable plants manufactured and shipped from Nebraska.

Terex sells Material Handling and Port Solutions Business to Konecranes

Konecranes signed an agreement to acquire from Terex Corporation its Material Handling & Port Solutions, including the range of Gottwald harbor cranes.
Acquisitions & Mergers
Terex has signed a definitive agreement to sell its Material Handling and Port Solutions business (MHPS) to Konecranes for total consideration of approximately USD 1.3 billion. The agreement provides Terex with the ability to continue to pursue discussions with Zoomlion Heavy Industries Science & Technology Co., Ltd. on a potential sale of the company at USD 31 per share with the MHPS business or, alternatively, for the sale of Terex without the MHPS business.

Rema Tip Top acquired Australian Conveyor Maintenance Company

"We want to become the service provider number one for the Australian mining industry," says Thorsten Wach, CEO of Rema Tip Top.
Belt Conveyor Services
Rema Tip Top AG, a globally operating system provider of services and products in the field of conveying and treatment technology as well as in the automotive sector, has acquired a majority interest in the Australian company ConvaTech. Together, Rema Tip Top and ConvaTech will form one of the largest conveyor service organisations on the resource-rich continent, the company says.

New USD 10.2 million Bulk Handling Facility at the Port of Liverpool

Work on the first phase of construction of Newport Industries' new bulk handling facility at the Port of Liverpool will begin February 2016.
Dry Bulk Cargo
Newport Industries is set to invest GBP 7 million (approx. USD 10.2 million) in the creation of a new bulk handling facility at the Port of Liverpool, to service increased demand from its North West customer base. The facility at Canada Branch Dock will allow the global firm — which specialises in importing dry bulk chemicals to the glass, adhesive, detergents, chemicals and feed industries — to meet increasing demand.

Monsanto to build new Cotton Seed Processing Facility in Texas

Monsanto Company announced plans today to begin construction of a new, state-of-the-art cotton seed processing facility in Lubbock (TX), USA.
Seed Processing Project
On January 13, 2016, Monsanto Company announced plans to begin construction of a new, state-of-the-art cotton seed processing facility in Lubbock (TX), USA. In cooperation with the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA), construction of the new facility is expected to begin in March 2016 and be completed in the second half of calendar year 2017.

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