NewsMarch 31st, 2022
The impact mining operation’s digital and sustainability evolution has in shifting Bradken’s manufacturing and service focus is being presented at the AustMine Innovation Roadshow early April.
Next week, our Head of Research and Development, Reece Attwood, will discuss the impact mining operation’s digital and sustainability evolution has in shifting Bradken’s manufacturing and service focus at the AustMine Innovation Roadshow.
Reece’s presentation will cover:
Bradken's focus on mining sustainability (partly including manufacturing emissions and digital
being an enabler), future ambitions and recognition of their role in enabling miners in that space. Reece will discuss enabling sustainable mining practices through a ‘cradle to grave’ approach to mining equipment and services.
He will emphasise two key points:
Offering services to maximise sustainability of operations (including digital services around production and useful life)
Research investment into greener manufacturing and materials
Building on our 100 years of manufacturing expertise, we are embracing continuous improvement and technology to support our customers in adopting innovative digital mining solutions. From our traditional manufacturing origins, to today’s diversified brand, our transformation continues to support the evolution of the mining industry.
Find out more about this event here: https://lnkd.in/gxrKau3h
Carbon Neutral 2030 - Taking steps toward a more sustainable mining future
Our Mill Liners are already helping towards our 2030 Carbon Neutral goal through;
Energy Sourcing - 75% now sourced from renewable resources e.g. wind, solar, hydro.
Mill Liner Recycled Material - >98% of our mill liners is from returned liners and recycled materials.