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Drill offers better fuel efficiency and reliability.
System helps ensure optimal loads.
Getting communications underground could be a boon.
Semitrailers and RC drilling part of the changes for underground operation.
Going for improved maintainability and component lifetime.
Fire cut communications to staff still underground.
Autonomous mining system to be installed by the end of the year.
Takes information from the My Sandvik portal.
Major players updating their bit offerings for large rotary drills.
A ship load of modules for Rio's Amrun mine makes safe Weipa landing.
Updated definitive feasibility study could be out as soon as this week.
Rolls out three crushing and screening plant purchase alternatives.
Latest iteration of Sandvik's "intelligent" truck offerings.
Lays out how Sandvik's equipment will share data.
Device monitor top-hammer drilling tool stress in real time.
Hit 3217m depth and could have gone further.
Sandvik upgrades the i-series line of drills.
Brings data analytics to mine management tool.
Promises faster, better operations.
Adds on to its 3D printing capabilities.
Automatic loading is a reality.
Grunt lacking for Australian needs.
A subtle nod to the past in new Sandvik loaders.
Land mark deal concludes.
Best in show at Gold Coast show shows METS is back in business.
Rod handler designed to keep exploration drillers safe.
Loader completes Sandvik's narrow vein loader range.
What changes are coming to the conveying industry?
A look behind the Nepean-Sandvik conveyor components deal.
Positions Australian business to be major global player.
OptiMine™ is an analytics and process optimization suite offered via Sandvik. Read more here.
Growing the Sandvik i-Series Line of Intelligent Drills