MANAGEMENT

Bringing Rio back

FOR decades Rio Tinto held the mantle of being the world’s best miner, leading the way in the adoption of automation in mining. However, that has slipped and chief executive Jakob Stausholm has launched a plan to get the miner back to its glory days.

 Rio Tinto is aiming to reclaim the mantle of world's best miner.

Rio Tinto is aiming to reclaim the mantle of world's best miner.

The cracks started to show at Rio Tinto when it announced in 2019 that the unit costs at its Western Australian iron ore operations had increased $1 per tonne to $14-$15. That was due to problems with...

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