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Go ahead, make his day

RUNGE managing director Tony Kinnane has the guns loaded and cocked. Judging by the confident smile and

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14 OCT 2009

ICT on Rio's cake

THE technological shift set to underpin future expansion of Rio Tinto’s Pilbara iron ore operations –

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14 OCT 2009

HighGrade/Gartner team up for survey

PORTENTS for stronger mining industry information technology investment were good before the global financial

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14 OCT 2009

A productivity paradigm

I HAVE addressed issues relating to productivity and why working on a mining solution rather than a business

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14 OCT 2009

The search for a new business class

This, apparently, is not as big a drawcard for Lassonde impersonators as one might think. Pierre Lassonde’s

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12 OCT 2009

KHD confirms coal exit

CEMENT plant supplier KHD Humboldt Wedag International has completed the sale of its global coal and

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09 OCT 2009

IT Notebook: Datamine, GBI, Micromine, Maptek

ANDREW Lingard is already up to his neck in coal – not the norm for a Datamine employee. The UK-based

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08 OCT 2009

Productive thinking needed most

THE mining community must think more about productivity, which is about attitude more than any other

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07 OCT 2009

Cat shifts gear in automation push

CATERPILLAR Global Mining’s Nathan Wescombe is expecting big things from the company’s first commercial

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07 OCT 2009

IT Notebook: Runge, Gemcom, Coffey-Virtalis, Maptek

RUNGE has taken steps to defend its Mining Dynamics IP against friend and foe alike by securing patents

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03 OCT 2009

Time to get back on Boart: Macquarie

WHILE they are being far from effusive in their assessment of the prospects for Boart Longyear, analysts

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01 OCT 2009

Where there's a will ...

IF AUTOMATION and true ‘remote’ control over product delivery and quality are technological themes that

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01 OCT 2009

acQuire to grow faster

WANT a job in exploration or mining that will still be there when your company cuts its profit from $3

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29 SEP 2009

The future of simulation training

THE mining industry needs to follow the lead of the defence and aviation sectors if it is to capture

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29 SEP 2009

When to spend

I HAVE introduced a number of broad-based productivity issues in the past few articles. The question

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28 SEP 2009

Improved performance through knowledge-intensive mining

IN PREVIOUS columns I addressed the issue of poor use of knowledge and value adding through innovation.

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23 SEP 2009

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