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'Maximising productivity' through excavator, hauler selection

Productivity is a crucial measure of success in the mining industry and across all business sectors. However, for the mining sector, lower ore grades, deeper deposit depths and challenging terrains can impede productivity growth and sometimes prevent it altogether.

 Volvo’s Sejong Ko offers tips on equipment sizing and boosting productivity. Photo: Volvo Construction Equipment

Volvo’s Sejong Ko offers tips on equipment sizing and boosting productivity. Photo: Volvo Construction Equipment

One of the key metrics in productivity assessment is profitability, which is closely linked to steady and sustained ore extraction and processing for the mining industry.  This is achieved through the...

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