CDMS provides mechanical and structural design and design verification, as well as project management, assessments and product development.
METS said the services complemented its own established mineral processing testing and interpretation, civil and structural engineering design and its People for Plants labour hire service.
“Pooling our expertise has meant a wider range of service offerings,” METS director Damian Connelly said.
“Visitors to our AIMEX stand can find out about our comprehensive range of engineering services that can add value at any stage of a mining operation’s lifecycle.”
METS also provides half-day courses and training packages on topics like mineral processing, mineral project economics, water management, metallurgy, process plan design and gold extraction.
Visitors to the METS stand (B1057) at AIMEX will have the opportunity to win a one-day training course of their choice.
AIMEX will be held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park on August 20-23, 2013.