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MacMines Austasia submitted Draft EIS for AUD 6.7 billion Coal Mine

Project China Stone involves the construction and operation of a large-scale coal mine on a greenfield site in Central Queensland, Australia.
Greenfield Coal Mine Project
The draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been prepared by Hansen Bailey on behalf of MacMines Austasia Pty Ltd. for Project China Stone. MacMines Austasia, part of the Meijin Energy Group, plans to build a large-scale greenfield coal mine the Galilee Basin, Queensland, Australia. The mine will produce up to 55 million tpa of Run of Mine coal, which equates to approx. 38 million tpa of thermal coal. The mine life will be in the order of 50 years.

Positive Flow of Bulk Goods

Because the Live Bin‘s design does not require a flexible seal, it is especially suited for sanitary applications.
Vibrating Hopper
Vibra Screw Inc. offers a line of fully assembled, self contained, ready to operate vibrating hoppers that promote flow of any dry material. Capacities range from 3 to 100 cubic feet (0.085 to 2.8 cubic metre) of storage. The Live Bin is designed to provide positive discharge of micron sized to fibrous and flaky materials on a first in first out basis assuring mass flow and eliminating material segregation.

ThyssenKrupp to supply EUR 30 million IPCC System to Russia

ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions is to supply an entire in-pit crushing and conveying system for an apatite-nepheline ore mine located in northern Russia.
In-pit Crushing and Conveying
ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions has received a contract from Apatit, a subsidiary of the leading Russian fertilizer producer PhosAgro, to supply a complete in-pit crushing and conveying (IPCC) system for an apatite-nepheline ore mine. The mine is located near the city of Kirovsk on the Kola Peninsula in northern Russia. The order is worth around EUR 30 million.

PotashCorp withdraws Proposal to negotiate Transaction with K+S

Takeover
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. (PotashCorp) announced that it has withdrawn its proposal to negotiate a transaction with K+S Aktiengesellschaft (K+S). According to PotashCorp, the private proposal of EUR 41 per share on May 31, 2015 sought to bring together complementary assets that would have enhanced financial resources and allowed the combined company and its stakeholders to benefit from greater diversification across geographies and products.

Vale and Japan celebrate 60 Years of Partnership

The partnership between Vale and Japan has intensified over the decades, translating into joint ventures and investments in ferrous metals, coal, logistics, steel, fertilizers and base metals.
1.2 Billion Tonnes of Iron Ore
Over these last six decades Vale has exported more than 1.2 billion metric tons of iron ore to the Land of Japan. In 1955, Vale signed its first contract to supply iron ore to Japan, followed by an initial shipment of 9 million metric tons. In 2014, the company's exports leapt to 27.2 million metric tons. These days, Japan is one of the company's three major markets. Vale sold 6,572 million metric tons of iron ore and pellets to the country in the first quarter of 2015 alone.

Dust Control Technology has changed its name to BossTek

Dust Control Technology has changed its name to BossTek to better reflect all of the company’s successful product lines.
Dust and Odour Suppression
A global leader in dust and odour control has announced a company name change that embodies the firm’s expanded portfolio of technologies and services. After pioneering atomized mist dust control cannons more than a decade ago with its powerful DustBoss designs, Dust Control Technology has changed its name to BossTek to better reflect all of the company’s successful product lines.

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