Process Solutions

Optimizing Process-plant Assets Weir Minerals, the Australia-based process equipment business of the Weir Group, pointed out that with declining ore grade and low commodity prices, the mining...

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Parlaying the Positives of PGMs On May 17, Chis Griffith, CEO, Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) addressed London Platinum and Palladium Markets during Platinum Week in London. He is passionate...
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Survey: Miners Plan to Spend More on Digital Technologies Four out of five mining and metals companies expect to increase their spending on digital technologies over the next three years, with more...

Suppliers Report

Wisconsin Welcomes Komatsu Mining Executives from Japan’s Komatsu Ltd., Milwaukee’s mayor and Wisconsin’s governor formally cut the ribbon in a ceremony in May that launched the subsidiary Komatsu Mining...
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E&MJ Brings Your Brand to the World of Mining

E&MJ is Sent to More Than 20,000 of the Most Influential Industry Professionals Every Month.1

For more than 150 years, Engineering & Mining Journal (E&MJ) has been the voice of the international mining community providing in-depth, unmatched editorial to an extensive audience. Our audited circulation is requested by subscribers from companies such as Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, Anglo American, Teck, Newmont, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Syncrude, Anglo Platinum and every other major company involved in the mining industry.2 Decision makers throughout the mining industry rely on E&MJ for the latest in industry news, trends and techniques.

E&MJ's extensive circulation will bring your brand from North America and Europe to Africa, the Asia-Pacific Rim and Latin America. In important emerging markets, there is simply no better publication to reach the international market.1

Whether the market is precious metals, copper, nickel, iron ore, lead/zinc, oil sands, diamonds or other commodities, E&MJ takes the lead in projecting trends, following development and reporting on the most efficient operating processes. Each issue is filled with regional news from the U.S. and Canada, Latin America, Africa, Asia and Australia as well as a regular international coal section.

Our World Mining Equipment sections deal with operating strategies, suppliers reports, processing solutions and the latest technology issues for mine operators. This focus on equipment also makes E&MJ by far the most popular magazine with advertisers, more of whom advertise in E&MJ than any of our competitors.3

Make a statement to the buyers of your equipment or services: plan your advertising program in the one magazine that reaches more of the important decision-makers in the markets that matter most.

Sources: 1. BPA Circulation Statement E&MJ, December, 2011. 2. Publishers Own Data 3. IMS Share of Market Report 2012.

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Committed to the Mining Business You may not have noticed it, but a change has taken place. There was a slight change to the masthead (that column of fine print to the right) and the title below my signature is now different. Late last year, I formed a new company, Mining Media International Inc. based in Jacksonville, Florida, and purchased...
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Exploration Roundup

Kirkland Lake Intersects More High-grade Gold at Fosterville Kirkland Lake Gold has reported additional high-grade drill results from ongoing underground drilling at its Fosterville gold mine in...

This Month in Coal Mining

Warrior Met Coal Ramping Up to Historical Levels In its first quarter earnings reports, Alabama-based metallurgical coal producer Warrior Met Coal defines its strength and position in the market....