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BHP is world’s most valuable mining brand, but loses strongest title to Rio Tinto

12th March 2020 Global mining group BHP has retained the title of the world’s most valuable mining, iron and steel brand, despite recording a 3% drop in brand value to $5.8-billion. This is according to the latest report by brand valuation consultancy Brand Finance, which highlights that BHP’s brand value was... 

Rainbow ships more concentrate from Gakara

31st January 2020 LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths, which operates the Gakara rare earths mine, in Burundi, has exported a further 75 t of concentrate, grading at about 53% total rare earth oxides. The concentrate was sold through the company's offtake partner thyssenkrupp Materials Trading . 

thyssenkrupp spreads the spirit of giving at SOS Children’s Villages Ennerdale

13th December 2019 The festive season is a time for family, friends and fun. It is a particularly special time of the year for children but the reality is that there are many underprivileged youngsters who do not get to experience the excitement of opening a little gift. Determined to bring a smile to a few of... 

Crushing the efficiency barrier - thyssenkrupp Eccentric Roll Crusher

1st November 2019 thyssenkrupp has, for over two hundred years, provided state-of-the-art products and services to meet the eclectic needs of mining and industry. With customers increasingly demanding optimal crushing performance from their equipment, thyssenkrupp’s Minerals Processing division, a specialist in... 

Passport 360 impresses Master Drilling with its adaptability

10th September 2019 A leading global expert in drilling solutions for a range of mining clients, including Anglo American and Exxaro, Master Drilling has been a long-standing client of the complete Passport 360 solution. Established in 1986 by Danie Pretorius, and headquartered in Fochville in Gauteng, Master... 

Denel to exit some businesses within months

6th September 2019 South Africa's struggling State-owned defence company Denel aims to begin disposing of equity stakes and exiting loss-making businesses within months as part of its turnaround strategy, it told a parliamentary committee. Denel, which makes ammunition, missiles and armoured vehicles for South... 
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