Engineering & Mining Journal

APR 2019

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70 E&MJ • APRIL 2019 www.e-mj.com SUPPLIERS REPORT Terex Conveying Systems product lines. Company leadership described the mobile conveying sector as an area of "significant growth" with opportunities for gaining market space. "Our Terex Campsie facili- ty will enable us to realize this ambition," Kieran Hegarty, president, Terex Materials Processing, said. The new facility could help the company break further into the port and terminal industry, Terex reported. Separately, Terex Washing Systems (TWS) announced it will invest more in their North American sales and operation- al teams. The goal, the company reported, is to enable customers to engage directly with TWS experts to discuss their require- ments and collaborate in the development of innovative customer-specific solutions. Company leadership said the invest- ment will help it further improve custom- er relations. "Our new enhanced levels of sales and service and support will build upon momentum gained in recent years as we continue to focus on serving cus- tomers, with world-class washing equip- ment solutions that add commercial value to their operations," TWS Director Oliver Donnelly said. "Our blend of global ex- perience and local experts enables us to provide a level of aftersales support that is genuinely industry leading." Applied Intelligence Studio Launched Accenture launched its Applied Intelli- gence Studio for Mining in Johannesburg. The studio will apply the latest in data science and artificial intelligence technol- ogies with new data sources for real-time co-creation of innovative digital solutions that can help mining companies solve some of their hardest analytical problems, the company reported. The studio will bring together leading data-science capabilities from Accenture Applied Intelligence and deep industry expertise from Accenture's mining industry group. The studio will be an important part of Accenture's network of mining experts, the company reported. Magna Tires to Open New Office Magna Tires announced it will open a new office in Canada. The expansion is in re- sponse to recent successes and growing demand, specifically in Canada, the com- pany reported. "It will further strengthen our commitment to all customers in the region and is an opportunity for close dai- ly cooperation," Michael de Ruijter, CEO, Magna Tyres Group, said. The objective is to increase the market share, and focus on improving customer relationships and satisfaction in a high-potential region, the company reported. Breaker Technology Selects Distributer Breaker Technology tapped the Arnold Machinery Co. to distribute to the western U.S. mining market its rock breaker sys- tems, mining mobile equipment and break- er attachments. Serving the U.S. mining www.modularmining.com Building tomorrow's technologies for today's mines GUIDED SPOTTING GET RIGHT TO THE SPOT Reduce shovel hang time Virtually eliminate re-spotting Equalize operator capability & performance UP TO 35 % DECREASE IN SHOVEL HANG TIME * * Achieved at customer site Terex will open a new 105,000-ft² manufacturing facility. (Photo: Terex)

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