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Mobile Harbour Crane made for small Operations

The Terex Quaymate M50 is also suitable for limited investment budgets.
Ship Loading & Unloading
The Terex Quaymate M50, manufactured by Terex Port Solutions, has been designed as an entry model for small maritime and river ports aiming to professionalise their cargo handling. With an efficient diesel-electric drive, this purpose-built crane model, with 50 t maximum lifting capacity, 36 m radius, and 50 m/min hoisting speed, provides operators of smaller ports with an economical as well as user and environmentally friendly machine.

Metso partners with Rockwell to create IoT solutions for Mining

Metso began working with Rockwell Automation on a pilot program in 2015, remotely monitoring an African-based mining crusher from a location in Wisconsin.
Internet of Things
Metso has selected Rockwell Automation to deliver a global industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform that connects, monitors, and performs analytics for Metso's equipment and services, resulting in improved efficiency and profitability for its mining and aggregates customers. The digital solution will securely collect and store data from Metso's equipment around the globe, including new equipment as well as machines already in operation.

Sedgman awarded AUD133 million EPC Contract

Sedgman has been awarded an EPC contract for a project at the GEMCO Manganese Mine in the Northern Territory. The project will increase the facility’s capacity by 0.5 million tpa.
Manganese Ore Processing
Resource sector services company Sedgman Limited (ASX:SDM) has been awarded an AUD 133 million EPC contract for a project at the Groote Eylandt Mining Company (GEMCO) Manganese Mine. Groote Eylandt is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria in the Northern Territory, Australia. The project will increase the facility’s capacity by 0.5 million tpa by re-processing manganese ore stored in tailings stockpiles.

Cemex announced USD 300 million Investment in the Philippines

Cemex's USD 300 million investment in the Philippines will include a 1.5-million-tonne integrated cement-production line.
Cement Plant Project
On May 14, 2015, Cemex announced that it is undertaking a new USD 300 million investment in the Philippines. The new investment will include the construction of a new 1.5-million-tonne, integrated cement-production line at Cemex's Solid Plant in Luzon. This will double the capacity of the Solid plant and will represent a 25% increase in the company’s cement capacity in the Philippines.

Elenilto to develop Phosphate Mining and Fertilisers Plant Project

The project is located near Lome, Togo’s capital, and is probably the largest phosphate deposit south of the Sahara, with estimated resources exceeding 2 billion tonnes of phosphate and will generate sales of over USD 28 billion.
Phosphate Mining Project
The government of Togo has awarded an international tender to develop a USD 1.4 billion phosphate mining and fertilizers plant project in Togo to a consortium led by Elenilto, a global oil and gas and minerals company. The project has estimated resources exceeding 2 billion tonnes of phosphate and is expected to generate sales of over USD 28 billion.

Vale and Japan celebrate 60 Years of Partnership

The partnership between Vale and Japan has intensified over the decades, translating into joint ventures and investments in ferrous metals, coal, logistics, steel, fertilizers and base metals.
1.2 Billion Tonnes of Iron Ore
Over these last six decades Vale has exported more than 1.2 billion metric tons of iron ore to the Land of Japan. In 1955, Vale signed its first contract to supply iron ore to Japan, followed by an initial shipment of 9 million metric tons. In 2014, the company's exports leapt to 27.2 million metric tons. These days, Japan is one of the company's three major markets. Vale sold 6,572 million metric tons of iron ore and pellets to the country in the first quarter of 2015 alone.

Long life in Waste Treatment

 Tsubakimoto have developed a range of long-lasting conveyor chain designed specifically for the waste treatment industry.
Conveyor Chains
Due to the harsh environments encountered in waste treatment facilities, traditional conveyor chains often wear quickly and need replacing in a matter of months. A typical waste treatment facility will require a conveyor chain that is capable of surviving in several different environments.


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