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Orica may be in the market for a mine planning software maker

THE company better known for helping miners make the earth move in an explosive way might be in the market for a mine planning software developer as it strives to grow its digital solutions business.

Angus Melbourne believes the company could benefit from buying a mine software player.

Angus Melbourne believes the company could benefit from buying a mine software player.

Orica has made little secret that technology is key to its future. Its technology roadmap goes both ways, pushing up and downstream of the blast. Having the technologies is handy, however, Orica chief...

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