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CRC ORE welcomes Metso as newest participant

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The Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE) has officially welcomed world-leading industrial equipment and services provider Metso as its newest participant.

CRC ORE welcomes Metso as newest participant

Earlier this year, Metso joined a select cohort of Australian and international Mining Equipment, Technology and Services Participants to assist CRC ORE achieve its goals.

Since its origins 150 years ago, Metso has provided equipment and services for several industries, including mining, and is at the forefront of the supply of technologically advanced mining equipment.

Metso Vice President of Innovation LAB Lars Grönvall said that the work of CRC ORE closely aligns with Metso’s vision of being the best choice for sustainable processing of natural resources.

“Metso’s cutting-edge services and solutions improve availability and reliability in minerals processing and flow control, providing sustainable process and profit improvements,” Grönvall said.

“We are excited by what can be achieved by partnering with CRC ORE and its high quality Participants in developing solutions to more efficiently separate valuable ore from waste material as early as possible in the mining process.”

Metso is a global company with its headquarters in Finland and over 14 000 employees in more than 50 countries. The Finnish company has offices and distributors throughout Australia, which support the local mining, aggregates, recycling and process industries.

CRC ORE Chief Executive Officer Ben Adair has previously worked closely with Metso, in areas including process control and concentrator equipment application.

Dr. Adair said he was encouraged by the commitment of the major European company to improve the productivity, energy and water signatures of mining operations.

“Now well into our second term at CRC ORE, we appreciate the support given by specialist equipment provider Metso and the expertise they bring as a Participant,” Dr. Adair said.

“In their short time, so far as a Participant, Metso has made a valuable contribution through the supply of one of its Locotrack mobile screening units to support a major production trial of Grade Engineering at Sumitomo’s Minera San Cristóbal mine in Bolivia.”

Dr. Adair said that CRC ORE worked with Minera San Cristóbal to use off-the-shelf equipment from Metso to support this innovative site trial, helping to minimise the complexity and cost of the project.

“CRC ORE aims to drive collaborations such as this to help deliver positive change across the mining industry,” he said.

CRC ORE is a co-operative research centre focused on optimising resource extraction. It delivers value to Australia by improving mine productivity, commercial return and environmental outcomes.

Established in 2010, CRC ORE has made significant progress in rapidly developing and integrating technology from concept to implementation. CRC ORE uses innovative methodologies to develop new technology, or repurpose existing technology, often from outside the mining industry, to significantly reduce the time from prototype to production scale application.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/exploration-development/20062019/crc-ore-welcomes-metso-as-newest-participant/

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