From the Editor

As this edition of Engineering & Mining Journal (E&MJ) was going to press, many mining companies were filing midyear financial reports or end of year financials depending on where they are headquartered.
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Process Solutions

XOS, a New York, USA-based provider of materials-analysis solutions for industries and regulators, announced the release of its latest HDXRF innovation, the HD Rocksand, described as a lightweight,...

Mining Equipment Gallery

B&J Rocket has been providing tools to various industries for many years, serving customers who regularly have to grind nonmetallic surfaces as a routine work task. In addition to tire retreading...
Iowa Mold Tooling recently unveiled the new IMT CAS80R rotary screw air compressor—a single-stage, pressure-lubricated unit.

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Suppliers Report

ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions has received a contract from Apatit, a subsidiary of Russian fertilizer producer PhosAgro, to supply a complete in-pit crushing and conveying (IPCC) system for an...
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Mining Markets

Following the recent announcement by the Chinese central bank of a seemingly underwhelming 57% increase in gold reserves, the gold price plunged to below $1,100/oz amid a broader commodities...
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Brazil Mining


Brazil’s immense resource base, and enormous economic and political clout are creating a mining powerhouse that could dominate for generations.

A REPORT BY GBR FOR E&MJ

This report was researched and prepared by Global Business Reports (www.gbreports.com) for Engineering & Mining Journal. Editorial researched and written by Marina Borrell Falco, Matilde Mereguetti, Caroline Stern and Ozgur Erguney. On the cover, at Fortaleza de Minas, Votorantim Metals produces nickel for the company’s Niquelândia plant. (Photo courtesy of Votorantim)

This Month in Coal Mining

Justices at the U.S. Supreme Court voted 5-4 June 29 against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) landmark Mercury and Air Toxic Standards (MATS) outlines, ruling that the Obama...