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Groundprobe announces North American facility

WITH demand for its slope stability measuring products growing, Groundprobe has announced plans to build a second dedicated manufacturing facility in Tucson, Arizona, US.

A Groundprobe slope stability radar in operation at Codelco's Radomir Tomic mine in Chile.

A Groundprobe slope stability radar in operation at Codelco's Radomir Tomic mine in Chile.

Groundprobe CEO David Noon said the facility would open its doors in early 2023. "As our global footprint and customer base continues to grow, so too does the volume and variety of products that we...

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