Written by Stefan Partridge, Business Development Manager.
MineARC is heavily invested in product development; maintaining our position at the leading edge of safe refuge and mine equipment technology. Creating client-specific solutions is our key strength, with some of our best developments being driven by customer requests.
Written by Scott Sweatt, Business Development Manager.
Over the years, the partnership between MineARC Systems and Rio Tinto’s Kennecott Utah Mine has grown tremendously. This mine has quickly become one of MineARC’s largest customers within North America.
Industrial Minera Mexico sought to offer their workers a secure area that would improve the safety of operations in their mines. MineARC’s regional manager, Tobias Sainz, approached them and offered a solution that met with all their requirements.
Written by James Geldart, International Sales Manager
During May of this year, MineARC was pleased to attend the World Tunnelling Congress 2015 in Dubrovnik, Croatia. With over 1500 delegates in attendance, the conference was a good opportunity to keep in touch with movements in the tunnelling industry and forge new business relationships.
As part of our ongoing support for PT Freeport’s operations in West Papua, MineARC Systems invited a delegation of electrical technicians and emergency rescue personnel from Freeport’s Grasberg Underground Operations to come to Australia and take part in a five day immersive training program.
On March 17 MineARC Systems' International Sales Manager – James Geldart and Business Development Manager for South East Asia – Kane Read were invited to join a delegation of Australian industry leaders at a luncheon at New South Wales’ Parliament House to welcome Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng.
MineARC Business Development Manager Thomas Horton recently visited the construction site of the new Bossler Tunnel, located in Germany. Planned to be 8.8km long, Bossler is just one of a number of tunnels that will pierce through the hills of South-West Germany, connecting Wendlingen to Ulm via a 60km high speed rail line.