Komatsu Vale are working together to advance the future of underground hard rock excavation by collaborating to optimise use of Komatsu’s DynaCut mechanical cutting technology.
Komatsu has announced the further alignment of its mining business segments to best serve the needs of its global customer base.
To accelerate its push to become a net-zero operator by 2050, BHP is set to become a founding member of Komatsu’s GHG Alliance.
Rio Tinto and Komatsu are partnering to fast-track the development and implementation of zero-emission mining haulage solutions, including haul trucks.
Komatsu and several of its customers, including Rio Tinto, BHP, Codelco, and Boliden, have formed the Komatsu Greenhouse Gas Alliance.
To help support its customers’ sustainability targets while prioritising safety and productivity, Komatsu will focus on ‘creating value together’ at MINExpo 2021, where it plans to unveil its latest solutions for surface and underground mining operations.
The robust steel structure and intelligent excavator solution of the Komatsu PC5500-11 is designed for precision, productivity, and longevity.
Mining companies have now hauled more than 3 billion t of materials leveraging Komatsu’s FrontRunner Autonomous Haulage System.
Komatsu has recently announced plans to rebrand its underground hard rock equipment, surface wheel loaders and new line of blasthole drills to reflect the company’s united focus on growth in these areas.