Continuous Improvement Strategies in the Mining Industry.

2015-1-13  • Working in the Mining/Manufacturing industry for 28 years, all but 2 years in Sk. • U of S, BSc. Chem. Eng., 1986. Edwards School of Business MBA, 2011. • Been involved in major projects, operations management, and quality initiatives, including ISO 9000 certifications, and Business Process Re-engineering efforts.

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2014-6-1  1. Changes in mining and processing. The dramatically increasing cost in mining owing to rising water, power, reagent and steel prices, less favorable ore characteristics, lesser oxide ores and dominance of primary sulfide feeds coupled with economic aspects of sustainability require a large re-focus of operations on process mineralogy.

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ReThink Mining is a concept that requires a reframing of every aspect of mining operations in order to build a more profitable, productive and sustainable industry. This will require open collaboration between industry members, a solid strategy moving forward, and the development of new processes, innovations and technologies.

Difference between Continuous and Batch Process

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The Future of Plant and Processing in Mining AP South

Continuous: real data can be embedded into decision automation for continuous optimisation of plant operations. New IoE-based technologies in automation and manufacturing operations management will be necessary investments as mining companies look towards improving productivity and optimising their plants, but enabling people and developing the

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Mining & Industrial Process Water Treatment

Treating Mining and Industrial Water. CIF ® systems can be used on many different types of mine waters to produce fit-for-purpose water and recover valuable metals, using one technology.. Sulphate dominant water treatment: The use of DeSAlx ® in combination with upfront neutralisation means removal of sulphates with a process that approaches ZLD

Process Mining in SAP Extended Warehouse

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Ore characterization, process mineralogy and lab

2014-6-1  1. Changes in mining and processing. The dramatically increasing cost in mining owing to rising water, power, reagent and steel prices, less favorable ore characteristics, lesser oxide ores and dominance of primary sulfide feeds coupled with economic aspects of sustainability require a large re-focus of operations on process mineralogy.

Continuous Manufacturing in Biotech Processes

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Digitalization is the catalyst that helps mining operations become “smarter” by leveraging digital tools and processes that make operations instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. For example, correcting issues with mineral processing has always been more reactive than proactive.