- Implenia finalized strategy implementation reviews for all Divisions, including a re-evaluation of opportunities and risks for all projects. This reinforced the need to sharpen and accelerate strategy execution
January-June 2020 compared to January-June 2019
Trading update for the first half of 2020, including Covid-19 impact
Strong liquidity & order book
Queensland’s resources have propelled the value of the State’s exports to $83.3 billion in the 12 months to February 2020, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data.
New research by the Responsible Mining Foundation (RMF) reveals that more than one year after the Brumadinho tailings disaster in Brazil that killed 270 people, the mining industry is still dragging its heels on the step-change measures required to prevent such catastrophic tailings failures in the future.
Las Vegas and Shows – these two go hand in hand. Even though a lot of things were different this year due to the corona virus, the Conexpo-CON/AGG still went ahead from 10–13 March. With an area of about 2.7 million m² and over 2,300 exhibitors, the Conexpo-CON/AGG once again was North America’s largest Construction Trade Show. Bauer Equipment America, Inc., the US subsidiary of Bauer Maschinen Group also took part and, sharing a tradeshow booth with Equipment Corporation of America (ECA), presented several new developments as well as tried and tested specialist foundation engineering technology.
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Vale informs that its teams continue to monitor and report to authorities the movements in the primary and secondary portions of the northern slope of the Gongo Soco mine pit, in Barão de Cocais (MG), paralyzed since 2016. The northern slope continues to slide into the structure, a process that has been taking place gradually since last year, as reported to the market on May 16th, 2019.
Vale ended 2019, the most challenging year of its history, with the steady commitment to resume and stabilize production, while implementing the highest safety standards across its operations. The company's endurance and operational flexibility have prevailed and the roadmap for de-risking its operations is being followed. Vale remains committed to becoming one of the safest and most reliable mining companies in the world.
Canada’s metals & mining industry saw a drop of 44.7% in overall deal activity during December 2019, when compared with the last 12-month average, according to GlobalData’s deals database.
Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive of Anglo American, said: “Production is up 2%(1) for the quarter, due to the successful ramp-up at Minas-Rio and strong performance at Metallurgical Coal following the longwall moves and plant upgrade work in Q1.