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AKER KVAERNER ENGINEERING SERVICES
Tel: +44 (0)1642 341078
Keywords: Feasability studies, Engineering, Maintenance and operations, Decommisioning
Keywords: Gravity separation, Magnetic separation, Jigs, WHIMS
Tel: +49 4055 448110
Keywords: Tyre protection chains
BRITISH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Tel: +44 115 9363257
Keywords: Industrial minerals, Laboratory
Tel: +33 238 64 37 93
Keywords: Mineral processing, Mining environment and mining research services
Tel: +33 238643196
Keywords: Design, Optimisation, Material balance, Sampling
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EMS SLUDGE PUMPS
Tel: +44 (0)1782 510051
Keywords: Solids-handling, Sludge ram pumps
FESTO AG & CO. KG
A responsible family-owned company and a global player in digitalisation
Festo, the world’s leading supplier of automation technology and technical education, is deploying its products and services to meet the challenge of smart production for the future in the course of digitalisation. The company also relies on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Established in 1925, the independent family-owned company based in Esslingen Germany has been a driving force in automation for over 60 years and with its unique range of offers has become the world market leader in technical education. In 1973 Festo South Africa opened its doors and was the company’s 16th subsidiary. Over 45 years later, they continue to confidently stand at the forefront and dominate the South African automation industry by providing innovative solutions that are supported by a wide variety of value-added tools to ensure service excellence.
Over 300,000 customers worldwide in factory and process automation put their trust in the Festo pneumatic and electric drive solutions. In addition, Festo Didactic provides state-of-the-art training solutions for 56,000 industrial companies and educational institutions throughout the world. The Festo Group registered sales of around €3.2 billion in the 2018 financial year and is represented at 250 locations throughout the world with a total of 21,200 employees. 8% of its annual turnover is invested in research and development.
As a family-owned company, Festo thinks and acts responsibly and with a long-term perspective. Festo stands for clear values, utmost quality and customer-oriented innovation. It has set standards in industrial automation technology and technical education ever since its establishment, thereby contributing to sustainable development in the economy and society. Festo is advancing digitalisation in all its corporate divisions. Many aspects of Industry 4.0 are already a reality today in the Festo Group. Festo is leading its customers and employees into the digital future. To this end, the company is developing new future-oriented concepts founded on the triad of innovative and energy-efficient technologies, intuitive human-machine collaboration, and education and further training.
Productivity – Festo’s core competency
Innovation for the best possible productivity, a global presence and close, long-term partnerships with its customers are the hallmarks of Festo. In the 1950s, Festo became the first company in Europe to use compressed air as a drive medium in automation. The company now offers over 30,000 products and system solutions for pneumatic and electrical automation technology which, thanks to a large variety of modular systems, can be tailored to specific customer applications in many different factory and process automation industry segments. These include pneumatic and electric drives, valves, servo controllers, motion control, valve terminals, installation-saving connection technology, handling and assembly technology, air preparation equipment, fittings, vacuum technology, position and quality inspection, sensors and control technology.
Our main product groups for the process automation include control technology and remote I/Os, valve terminals and pilot valves, sensors and positioners, linear and quarter turn actuators, process and media valves as well as compressed air preparation and air supply components. The core product range comprises components from every phase of the pneumatic and electrical control chain, with which around 80% of all applications can be accomplished effortlessly and quickly.
Festo also offers a wide range of modular systems solutions and standard handling systems.
The main industry segments:
Added value through digitalisation
Smart products, connectivity, the mining and interpretation of data, including via the cloud, and dashboards for visualisation, already offer added value for customers. Products like the energy efficiency module E2M, IO-Link-capable components, the CPX-IoT gateway or interfaces like OPC-UA contribute to this process. Another basic requirement for successful and consistent digitalisation is mechanical, electrical and intelligent connectivity through software solutions, enabling all customers to find their bearings quickly and intuitively.
Festo is promoting this with an open automation architecture and a large product portfolio made up of axes, motors and controllers. Standardised software tools are also being developed: configurators for smart engineering, the Festo Automation Suite for easy commissioning and the digital maintenance manager Smartenance for reliable operation. In addition, data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence are shaping the agile product development of the future. With the takeover of Resolto Informatik GmbH in 2018, the competence in the field of AI has been further expanded.
Qualification for Industry 4.0 As a leading provider in the field of technical training and further education Festo Didactic is a trendsetter. This involves the digitalisation of learning methods as well as the provision of forward-looking learning content for self-organising production and industry 4.0. Central topics such as artificial intelligence and machine learning are increasingly finding their way into learning environments and training courses.
The practical training in the use of new technologies is conducted using the cyber-physical learning and research platform “CP Factory”. This platform replicates the workstations of a real production facility and makes it possible to learn how to program facilities, set up networks and optimise many other aspects such as energy efficiency, data management, Big data, artificial intelligence, administrative shell or digital twins.
A UK based company offering a wide range of independent services to the Mineral Processing & Metal Recycling Industries, and manufacturing the well known Holman and Wilfley gravity concentrating table product ranges.
Keywords: Wet shaking tables, Gravity separation technology
KHD HUMBOLDT WEDAG AG
Tel: +49 (0)221 6504 1492 1700
Keywords: Jigging, Heavy media, Classifying, Flotation
Tel: +48 523236420
Keywords: Crushers, Conveyors, Loaders, Mills
Tel: +358 2048 4140
Keywords: Turnkey Projects, Auditing, Caravan Mills, Modular Plants
MINING WORLD EVENTS
As a subsidiary of ITE, MiningWorld Events is experienced in delivering good quality events that succeed in helping businesses like yours to grow and branch out into new, lucrative markets.
The first MiningWorld event took place in 1995. Over the years, more events have been added and it has now grown into a successful portfolio of exhibitions which bring exhibitors and visitors in contact with industry peers, heads of leading mining organisations and local and international industry players. They also offer a rare opportunity to meet people who can be difficult to contact, such as ministry representatives and heads of companies.
Events currently in the MiningWorld portfolio include:
As well as being an effective way to promote brand recognition throughout the industry, MiningWorld events are a fantastic forum in which to gain a detailed view of the market, by discovering new trends, analysing competitor activity and listening to experienced members of the industry. They are also great places to meet new partners and contacts with whom to share an exciting and successful new venture.
MiningWorld exhibitions have become unmissable events for all those involved in the mining industry. The events cover mining exploration, geology, excavation, surface mining, underground mining, extraction, metal smelting, metal refining, materials handling, engineering, recycling, mining safety, environment, mining equipment and processing of metals and minerals.
Exhibitors at MiningWorld events are offered a full range of services to make their participation as simple and effective as possible. The MiningWorld Events team can suggest ways to maximise participation and help with travel and freight arrangements.
PROREM SP. Z O.O.
Tel: +48 32 47 51 409
Keywords: Pulsating jigs, Lamella clarifiers, Servicing, Designs
QMS - QUARRY MANUFACTURING & SUPPLIES
Tel: +44 (0)1530 811081
Keywords: Crusher, Spares, Liners, Cones
THOMAS MINING ASSOCIATES
Tel: +44 (0)1903 753511
Keywords: Executive recruitment search HR
TULGA MINING LTD
Tel: +90 533 345 36 86
Keywords: Mining Supplies, Spare Parts, Heap Leach, ADR
ZINC METALLURGY LTD
Keywords: Zinc Processing, Know-how Licensing
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