Suppliers must improve African support

Suppliers to the African mining industry need to improve their on-site support and product delivery capabilities, according to a new survey by Timetric’s Mining Intelligence Center

Ailbhe Goodbody

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A coal stockpile at a mine in Mozambique

A coal stockpile at a mine in Mozambique

Timetric  surveyed key decision makers at operating African mines. Survey respondents said that ‘on-time delivery’ and ‘lead time/speed to deliver and install equipment’ were two of the most important...

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