Atlas Copco reported on Friday 3Q18 organic growth of 6 percent, with revenues increasing 13 percent to SEK$23.67 billion (US$2.63 billion) from SEK$21.03 billion (US$2.34 billion) in 3Q17. Operating profit also rose, showing a 5 percent increase compared to the same period last year, rising to SEK$5.26 billion (US$584.5 million) from SEK$5 billion […]Read more... →
Seequent is a global leader in the development of visual data science software and collaborative technologies. Its solutions enable people to create rich stories and uncover valuable insights from geological data, and ultimately, make better decisions. Mexico Mining Review interviewed General Manager for Mining and Minerals, Nick Fogarty, to ask him about how to better […]Read more... →
This week in mining the spotlight is centered in international waters. Colombia, Venezuela and Zimbabwe are some of the countries leading the discussion. In the meantime, why limit mining activities to earth if it is possible to travel beyond its orbit? Space mining takes another baby step in becoming a reality.
Vibrotech Engineering is a Spanish […]Read more... →
Vibrotech Engineering is a Spanish company whose core activity is the design and manufacture of vibrating machinery and installations for foundries and other sectors of the industry. Mexico Mining Review interviewed General manager Miguel Gordaliaza to ask him about low maintenance and long lasting tailored-made equipment for mine operations.
Q: What is your perspective of the […]Read more... →
Blockchain and bitcoin technologies are stepping further and further into the limelight. After the price of a bitcoin surged ahead of gold for the first time ever in March 2017, talk abounds of whether these new technologies can replace gold as a traditional safe haven. Mexico Mining Review questioned the industry’s leaders to ask about […]Read more... →
This week in mining revolves around education as training initiatives for the mining industry flourish in Mexico and abroad. The 6th government report wraps up the state of mining during Peña Nieto’s administration, while Morena pushes for an initiative in the Senate Chamber to prohibit mining activities in the seabed and environmentally-protected areas.
Curious about […]Read more... →
Gold sailed into 2018 on the coattails of a 12 percent yearly price increase on the previous year, the strongest gain since 2010. But softer demand and a stronger dollar helped diminish the yellow metal’s appeal, keeping prices in a tight band through the first nine months of the year.
After moving in a […]Read more... →
Imagine a property with such mineral potential as to have its own mining company created. At the heart of Zacatecas’ Fresnillo district, the high-grade Juanicipio property has a significant silver, gold, lead and zinc vein system that meant it was worth the effort of creating Minera Juanicipio. After being discovered by tenured Geologist Peter […]Read more... →
The Mexican mining industry has a new Undersecretary of Mining as AMLO announced the appointment of Francisco Quiroga as Mario Alfono Cantú’s successor. South Africa is already in the third round for its new mining chamber, which will be presented to President Ramaphosa next week.
Mining in Oaxaca is not easy. Not only […]Read more... →
It is no wonder that Zacatecas is one of the world’s top silver districts. At its core, Saucito is certainly one of the state’s and Fresnillo’s most important assets, with a mining capacity of 2.6 million t/y and an average ore grade of 261g/t of silver and 1.39g/t of gold.
Currently under expansion, […]Read more... →