The removal of tariffs on the Canadian steel and aluminum sectors has positive implications for future trade deals.
Products & Equipment
We profile interesting mining-related gear and more—everything from state-of-the-art heavy equipment simulators to books that recount historical tales of miners.
Recent Products & Equipment articles
Reza Tavakoli, president and CEO of Avestec Inc., has developed drones that inspect industrial assets safer, faster and more accurately than do the alternativesby Kyle Born
The SL3 Scissor Lift #200 and BT3 Boom Truck #100 are going to mines in Quebec and British Columbia, respectively.
Switching out diesel fuel for battery electricity on mobile equipment is as much of a user experience exercise as it is an engineering exercise.
New Ranger DXR drill rigs can reach places that are off-limits to operators and where other drills fail to operate.
The Royal Canadian Mint is proud to celebrate its Gold and Silver Maple Leaf bullion coins (GML and SML), with a pair of innovative collector coins
Peter Nilsson’s job at Kal Tire Mining Group is to encourage employees to identify innovations and shepherd the best ones to development and implementation.by Timothy Fowler
An innovative urethane protector reduces the risk of sidewall tire punctures on OTR tires for heavy equipment working in mining operationsby Del Williams
Berkeley Forge has over 65 years experience and is one of the most innovative and respected forging companies in the industry.
The transaction involves the purchase of Aecon’s fleet of heavy earth-moving assets, together with lighter construction assets and support equipment
The new cloud-based SaaS solution will help customers better manage, analyze, and sell their assets
Easy Build Structures is the exclusive distributor of VersaTube Building Systems for British Columbia, Alberta, Northwest Territories, Yukon and Alaska.by Jillian Clark
No matter what service your fleet delivers, Cooper has a tire designed to meet the need and help manage tire costs.by Timothy Fowler
Red Chris Tailings Impoundment Area (TIA) construction agreement has been renewed for three construction seasons, through to December 31, 2020.