Normet launched its new generation mining equipment offering in the MF- and LF-series at the Bauma China 2014 exhibition in Shanghai, China. The new offering sets a new standard for comfortable underground drive with unique axle suspension system and redesigned ergonomic cabins. The new offering is ready for industrial Internet as machines can register all data and transfer it for further analysis via WLAN.
Allied Nevada Gold Corp., in association with M3 Engineering and Technology, has developed an optimized approach to the planned construction sequence for the Hycroft mill expansion. Operation of the first line of the mill will require a capital outlay of approximately $768 million, a reduction of 18% from phase one costs of approximately $934.5 million. With the completion of the Hycroft mill expansion feasibility study in October, Allied Nevada directed its focus to the first phase of the mill expansion with the goal of maintaining the throughput rate of the initial phase of the mill construction while minimizing upfront capital requirements.