Engineering & Mining Journal

JUN 2019

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58 E&MJ • JUNE 2019 www.e-mj.com COMPANY PROFILE-PAID ADVERTISEMENT INNOVATION AT THE CORE MMD (Mining Machinery Developments) With an innovative range of Sizers, including the world's most advanced Fully Mobile Sizer, MMD have been at the forefront of Mineral Sizing and revolutionary In-Pit Sizing & Conveying (IPSC) technology for over 40 years. KEY PRODUCTS SIZERS – To break and process material FEEDERS – To deliver material reliably into the Sizer IPSC – In-Pit Sizing & Conveying technology ABOUT US Established in 1978, MMD designed and patented the Twin Shaft MINERAL SIZER™ for the British underground coal industry. Today, we operate a global network of more than 17 compa- nies, backed by a multifaceted team of over 500 committed and experienced professionals. MMD retain full control of both design and manufacturing, allowing the ability to customise each machine and provide bespoke turnkey solutions. We work together with our customers to meet their exact needs, whilst continuing to develop new technologies and offer more sustainable ways of mining. MMD equipment has proved the ideal sizing solution for over 80 different materials in more than 70 countries, in industries such as cement, ceramics, construction, diamonds, energy, industrial minerals and precious metals. The Sizer's unique ability to handle both hard and wet & sticky materials, with processing capacities in excess of 14,000 TPH, has led to the delivery of over 4,000 installations globally, for some of the world's largest mining companies. As the industry becomes increasingly aware of the need for sus- tainable resource management, the ecological benefits derived from the elimination or reduction of harmful greenhouse emissions and dust caused by traditional mining methods are self-evident. MMD are focused on maximising value by reducing equipment CAPEX and OPEX costs, enabling mines to achieve their efficiency and productivity goals whilst delivering a greener approach to mining. SERVICE AND SUPPORT MMD have state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in five con- tinents, offering service and support right from the design stage through to after-sales, including installation, commissioning, overhauls, spares and repairs. We have always prided ourselves on being not just a supplier but a partner, retaining a strong and well-established repeat customer base. As such, we handle commissioning, train- ing, start-up and post-start-up support. Our operator training includes system philosophies and productivity goals, to ensure maximum equipment efficiency with full operator buy-in. What's more, state-of-the-art cloud-based reporting and moni- toring systems are integrated into system equipment, providing regular progress reporting for safety and maximum production. In short, MMD's worldwide structure, technical capabilities and service excellence will help ensure your system delivers optimum performance. MINING SMARTER WITH THE REVOLUTIONARY FULLY MOBILE SURGE LOADER All eyes are stateside this summer as the final assembly of the world's first Surge Loader moves closer. This unique design is based on proven innovative MMD technology that has already been tried and tested on projects in Colombia and China. The Surge Loader has been developed to transform the way mines operate their truck-and-shovel fleets, offering a potential pro- duction increase of up to 40% in some cases or allowing mines to sustain the same production levels with fewer trucks. The Surge Loader is awaited with eager anticipation, and is expected to generate significant waves in the industry. Because standing still isn't an option… For more information, please visit www.mmdsizers.com/ products/surge-loader

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