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RCT connecting with the Canadian mining community

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Global Mining Review,

RCT’s Sudbury branch has just opened its doors and as a result the company is placing itself at some of Canada’s most important and local mining expos to not only gain further exposure but support the local industry.

Therefore, the company is exhibiting at the Canadian Mining Expo (CME) – The Big Event from May 31 – 1 June in Timmins, Ontario.

The two-day event will take place at the McIntyre Community Building and is focused on connecting the mining industry.

“Connecting with the Canadian mining community is exactly what RCT is hoping to achieve by having a presence at this expo,” said RCT’s Parts and Sales Support Manager Andrew Sells. “RCT is proud to be located in Ontario, and we believe it’s of the utmost importance to support local events.”

CME will be the second mining expo RCT will exhibit at in Canada this year and it will be using CME as a platform to showcase its extensive range of proven solutions that are helping to transform the mining industry, globally.

“Our state-of-the-art, interactive booth will boast all of our solutions across our five sub brands including, Muirhead®, AusProTec®, EarthTrack® and ControlMaster® – all of which are designed to withstand the harsh conditions experienced in the Northern Hemisphere,” said Sells. “The real draw card will be our ControlMaster® Guidance simulator in which visitors will be able to take a seat in the drivers chair and experience the technology for themselves first-hand.”

CME has grown substantially since its inaugural event five years ago and this year’s event is expected to follow suit; attracting about 400 exhibitors and delegates from all corners of the world.

“RCT is excited to be taking part for the first time ever and we are looking forward to meeting with new and existing customers!” said Sells.


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