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Category - WHAT’S NEW IN AUSTRALIAN MINING

AMSJ ‘What’s New’ category on Australasian Mine Safety Journal profiles a range on what’s new in Australian mining. We provide updates from across the Australian Mining industry on the latest news and product releases from leading product and service suppliers.

Australian mining in growing and mining companies need valuable up to date news and information in order to maximise their returns and keep their workplaces safe. If you have a new product or service, Australian mining industry news release, why not contact us to have your release shared to our ever growing readership of >100 Users per month.

What’s New also provides suppliers across this Australian mining industry to showcase their products and services and link with Mining Buyers throughout the Asia Pacific Region.

The Australasian Mine Safety Journal has become the regions key mine safety information provider reaching more than 100K mine management, mine safety & environment professionals, academics and regulators throughout the region every month through daily online articles and news. Our quarterly print magazine provides ‘evergreen’ relevant mine safety content that is read by more than 25,000 key industry personnel.

If you are a leader, key decision maker or are a stakeholder in the mining industry across Australia and the Asia Pacific, the Australasian Mine Safety Journal will keep you informed and become an essential reference tool for assisting you to develop and improve mining safety programs and mine safety performance.

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A mining magnate will transition away from diesel at multiple operations. Gina Rinehart’s Atlas Iron recently approved converting its light vehicle fleet to electric power. The entity owned by...

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Zero emissions machine works without blasting

A foreign mine equipment company claims its new machine operates underground without harming the environment, or requiring explosives. Japan-headquartered Komatsu recently confirmed it will trial a...

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Safeguarding assets and staff from impaired operation

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Mining giant accelerates zero emissions truck rollout

A multinational resources producer fast-tracked decarbonising its heavy vehicle fleet. Anglo American recently accelerated development and commercialisation of its nuGen Zero Emissions Haulage...

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Triple electric powered truck unveiled

A multinational company claims its new heavy vehicle offers more power and range than its rivals. Scania recently revealed its next generation battery-electric truck can carry 40 tonnes and travel up...

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Employer approves zero emission ‘green’ trucks

A mineral producer and multinational manufacturer will create a new fleet of environmentally friendly heavy vehicles. Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) recently partnered up with Liebherr to develop and...

AMSJ April 2022