MANAGEMENT

Barrick optimises Goldstrike

Barrick Gold’s Goldstrike operation in Nevada has launched an optimisation programme to improve productivity and drive down its operating costs

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The Goldstrike maintenance team salvages parts from decommissioned trucks

The Goldstrike maintenance team salvages parts from decommissioned trucks

One of the changes that the mine has implemented was to extend the period between truck-shop visits from 14 days to 28 days. Inspections and oil changes used to take place on the first 14-day rotation,...

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