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Fuller Industrial wins major pipe contract

Fuller Industrial, a Sudbury manu-facturer of process piping and elastomeric lining systems, has scooped up a $500,000 contract for the supply of rubber-lined pipe and fittings for an overseas concentrator and is poised to win another $8 million cont

Boart Longyear opens Sudbury parts depot

Boart Longyear has opened a 6,500-square foot warehouse in Sudbury to improve service to the local mining industry.

CVRD Inco commissions copper separation circuit

The commissioning of a new copper separation circuit at CVRD Inco’s Clarabelle Mill has created new capacity at the company’s smelter and clears the way for new mine development and ore production.

Killer application for surveying poised for release

A revolutionary underground mine survey system developed in Sudbury by Falconbridge is about to be commercialized following an agreement with mining software developer GijimaAST.

Mine Site Technologies sees wireless wave

The tangle of wires and cables snaking through underground mines will soon be a thing of the past, according to Will Gove, Mine Site Technologies’ general manager for Canada.

Rio Tinto looks to Sudbury for R&D

Mining behemoth Rio Tinto, the second largest mining company in the world, doesn’t have a stake in the mineral wealth of the Sudbury Basin, but it’s mining the community’s rich vein of intellectual resources.

Sudbury fabricator specializes in products for harsh environments

Smelting and refining environments require equipment and products capable of withstanding the punishing conditions of extreme heat, pressure, and the corrosion that is likely to occur in locations with high acidic content.

De Beers Canada signs agreement

The Moose Cree First Nation and De Beers Canada Inc. have signed an Impact Benefit Agreement (IBA) for the De Beers Canada Victor Mine in Northern Ontario.

Cambrian explores opportunities in South Africa

Cambrian College's expertise in training miners and skilled trades people has led to curriculum development and consulting opportunities in Chile and Egypt.

Demand for fabric covered buildings keeps Olikay busy

Ontario mining companies and suppliers in need of shelter for storage, workshops and other applications are moving more and more to fabric-covered, custom-engineered buildings. Olikay Inc.
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