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FORAMEC MINEX TÜRKİYE 2017

Değerli müşterilerimiz, partnerlerimiz ve ekip arkadaşlarımızla birlikte bir fuarı daha başarıyla tamamladık. Emin adımlarla beraberce ilerliyoruz..

FORAMEC MINEX TÜRKİYE 2017

İZMİR FUAR MERKEZİNDE 18-21 EKİM 2017 TARİHLERİNDE DÜZENLENEN MADENCİLİK FUARINDA SİZLERİ A HOLÜ B – 120 NUMARALI STANDIMIZDA GÖRMEKTEN MEMNUN OLURUZ.

FORAMEC Road2Tunnel 24-26 Mayıs 2017

Değerli müşterilerimiz, partnerlerimiz ve ekip arkadaşlarımızla birlikte bir fuarı daha başarıyla tamamladık. Emin adımlarla beraberce ilerliyoruz..

MINEARC ATTENDS MINING TURKEY 2016

The most comprehensive fair of the Eurasia mining sector, the 7th Turkey International Mining, Tunnelling, Machinery Equipment and Heavy Duty Vehicles Fair, with its addition of a tunnelling construction component, exhibited the production potential and capabilities of the industry.

FORAMEC MADEN TÜRKİYE 2016

Değerli müşterilerimiz, partnerlerimiz ve ekip arkadaşlarımızla birlikte bir fuarı daha başarıyla tamamladık. Emin adımlarla beraberce ilerliyoruz..

FORAMEC TUNNEL EXPO 2016

İSTANBUL YEŞİLKÖY FUAR MERKEZİNDE 01-04 Eylül 2016 TARİHLERİNDE DÜZENLENEN 3. TÜNEL YAPIM TEKNOLOJİLERİ ve EKİPMANLARI FUARINDA SİZLERİ 9.SALON 8 NUMARALI STANDIMIZDA GÖRMEKTEN MEMNUN OLURUZ.

FORAMEC MADEN TÜRKİYE 2016

İSTANBUL TÜYAP FUAR MERKEZİNDE 24-27 KASIM 2016 TARİHLERİNDE DÜZENLENEN MADEN TÜRKİYE FUARINDA SİZLERİ 2.SALON 210 NUMARALI STANDIMIZDA GÖRMEKTEN MEMNUN OLURUZ.

DYWIDAG Systems International (DSI) has signed agreements to acquire Jennmar businesses outside the US and sell its US Mining business to Jennmar

DSI to acquire Jennmar businesses in Australia, Europe, Latin America and China (50% share)
Jennmar to acquire DSI US Mining business
Customers will benefit from broadest product offering on the market and combined resources
Luxembourg, February 2nd 2016 – Jennmar and DSI have signed an agreement under which DSI will acquire Jennmar businesses in Australia, Europe, Latin America and China (50% share). Jennmar China, along with well-established jointly owned businesses in South Africa and Australia, will operate under the ROCBOLT Technologies brand.

Combining the strengths of Jennmar and DSI organizations will allow DSI to offer its customers the most comprehensive portfolio in ground support products and services. Envisaged improvements will significantly enhance DSI’s customer service level and R&D resourcing, while further improving its cost position. DSI will be in an excellent position to offer its customers an unmatched quality of service and build on its further strengthened global presence in the current subdued economic climate of the mining industry.

Patrik Nolåker, Group CEO of DSI, commented on the transaction: “Soft commodity prices and supply/demand imbalances represent important challenges to our customers in mining. Through this acquisition, DSI will combine the strengths of two well-established market players, which will allow it to provide its customers a superior offering, both from an efficiency and a product & service portfolio perspective.”

In a separate agreement, Jennmar has agreed to acquire DSI’s Mining business in the United States, which will be integrated into Jennmar’s existing US business. The combined business will be controlled 100% by FCI and operated under the Jennmar brand. DSI’s Tunneling business in the US will remain 100% owned by DSI.

“DSI’s strong presence in Western US hard rock mining will further strengthen Jennmar’s position in this segment of the market. On the other side, its activities in coal mining will complement our existing strong footprint and close some gaps in our offering”, explains Tony Calandra, Executive Vice President of Jennmar.

The Australian transaction is conditional on approval from the antitrust authority in Australia.

https://www.dywidag-systems.com/home/dywidag-systems-international-dsi-has-signed-agreements-to-acquire-jennmar-businesses-outside-the-us-and-sell-its-us-mining-business-to-jennmar.html

NORMET TO ACQUIRE MEYCO DRY CONCRETE SPRAYING BUSINESS FROM ATLAS COPCO

January 20, 2016

Normet, the innovative technology company offering continuous improvement to underground construction and mining processes, has agreed to acquire from Atlas Copco the assets of the MEYCO dry spraying business consisting or the models Piccola and GM. Normet has also the right to use the MEYCO brand name for models Piccola and GM for 2 years from the transfer date.

The dry spraying business has been the foundation of MEYCO for over 50 years. Atlas Copco acquired the MEYCO Equipment business from BASF Construction Chemicals Europe AG in 2013.

“This acquisition is a good strategic fit for Normet as it broadens the offering for our existing customers in mining and tunnelling,” said Tom Melbye President of Normet Group and Managing Director of Normet International Ltd. “It also complements our offering of new technologies in Construction Chemicals, especially with respect to the application of the Tamseal 800 waterproofing sprayable membrane.”
The acquired business will form Normet’s MEYCO Dry Spraying product line which will be headed by Tom Kurth, former Managing Director of MEYCO Equipment and Business Development Manager in Atlas Copco MEYCO AG. The manufacturing of the dry spraying products will continue in Switzerland to maintain their high quality. Sales and service of MEYCO dry spraying products will be handled through long term established distributors as well enhanced through Normet’s own worldwide network. The distribution and logistics of spare parts will be managed through Normet’s Global Logistics Center in The Netherlands.

http://www.normet.com/news/Normet_to_acquire_MEYCO_dry_concrete_spraying_business_from_Atlas_Copco

MINEARC SERVICE TEAM MAKES CHAMBER SERVICING EASIER FOR YOUR SITE

Like most industrial machinery, MineARC Refuge Chambers require regular servicing to maintain optimum performance. Due to the nature of a refuge chamber’s life-saving equipment, it is imperative that all operational componentry is maintained at optimal working condition to avoid system failure in an emergency.

Components that receive the most day-to-day wear and tear whilst the refuge operates in stand-by mode require the most attention; including filter elements, door seals, mufflers and vent valves.