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Rules of the road

Tony Cutler of Otraco International presents a case study from the Nimingarra mine site in Australia that examines the effect of good haul-road conditions on truck productivity and tyre workload

Tony Cutler

In October 1985, Goldsworthy Mining, which operated the Goldsworthy and Shay Gap iron-ore mines in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, undertook a pilot ore-haulage programme of 20,000t over a 45km...

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