In today’s world of material extraction, the National Mining Association notes, it has never been more important to stay competitive: As digital capabilities open doors to new possibilities, companies are embracing advanced technologies to reduce downtime, increase efficiency and improve safety. Now is the time to discover new solutions to current operational issues, invest in innovation and embrace new technology—and there’s no better place to do that than MINExpo International, NMA affirms.
The largest and most comprehensive mining industry event returns to Las Vegas, September 28-30, 2020, and will provide mining professionals from every segment and all over the globe an opportunity to find all that they need to transform their operations and stay ahead this year and beyond. “What an exciting time for our industry and a great moment to gather as one to reveal the future of mining and the latest tools and technologies to meet the world’s demand for essential minerals,” says Komatsu Mining Corp. CEO Jeffrey Dawes, recently named MINExpo International 2020 chair.
Held every four years and sponsored by NMA, MINExpo combines an industry-leading education program with extensive exhibits showcasing the most advanced equipment, technologies, products and services from 2,000-plus leading suppliers, manufacturers and service providers. Booths throughout 800,000 square feet of Las Vegas Convention Center space offer a look at today’s proven solutions and advancements that are driving change in every sector of the industry, including exploration, mine development, open pit, underground mining, processing, safety, and environmental improvement. — www.minexpo.com
ACROMIX DEAL BROADENS MIXER SYSTEMS PORTFOLIO
Mixer Systems, Inc. has acquired the Acromix Systems product line from Elk River Machine Co. of Minnesota. Acromix horizontal and planetary mixers, along with low-profile and compact batch plants, deepen Mixer Systems’ broad range of concrete production equipment and components. The company will manufacture and service the Acromix brand from its Pewaukee, Wis., headquarters, just west of Milwaukee.
“Acromix enjoys a strong and loyal following for the quality of their products,” says Mixer Systems President Doug Duley. “Adding them to the Mixer Systems family is consistent with our philosophy of offering customers industry-leading equipment.”
Mixer Systems is dedicated to the design and manufacture of concrete production technology for the industrial and environmental markets, he adds. It offers the industry’s largest line of mixers, batch plants and related equipment, built with American reliability to stand up to the challenges of concrete production worldwide. In addition to design and manufacturing, Mixer Systems provides factory-trained service and maintains an extensive parts inventory.