Monday 19th Feb, 2018
Wearply from cut to size plastics is used for applications ranging from vibratory conveyor leaf springs, through to electrical motor, generator and transformer components, insulated rail joints, and minerals processing components.

Aussie firm markets diverse, strong Wearply plastic

Australian manufacturer Cut to Size Plastics says its Wearply plastic composite weighs less than aluminium but has up to 10…
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Awards night is not to be missed. Photo: Greg Dickins

Finalists announced for Australian Bulk Handling Awards 2015

The esteemed finalists for the 2015 Australian Bulk Handling Awards – the Bulkies – have been announced. Hosted by the…
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Frank Soto is a passionate advocate of engineering localism.

Big risks in outsourcing engineering?

Australia is seeing major temptation in outsourcing engineering services to low labour cost countries. But the head of local engineering…
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Credit: Boart Longyear

Boss of driller Boart steps down as losses continue

Drilling company Boart Longyear is looking for its next chief executive, after Richard O’Brien announced on Monday he would step…
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Tianjin car. Photo: Public domain

Tianjin explosion could be a turning point in China’s corruption crackdown

The massive explosion that tore through the port of Tianjin on August 12 has had a profound effect on the…
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James Valentine. Photo: Greg Dickins

Celebrating the industry’s finest at the 10th annual Awards

Do you know of someone or something in our industry that deserves recognition? Why not nominate them for a Bulkie?…
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Bentley’s new software, MineCycle Material Handling, “provides a good platform for cost effective 3D layouts for FEL 1, 2 studies.”

By the industry, for the industry

With input from its syndicate development partners front and centre in its new conceptual design software, Bentley says its new…
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Adani's Carmichael project is a potential $16bn mine and rail venture. Photo: Shutterstock / Adani

Adani closing on CHPP contracts, but mine stalled

Indian conglomerate Adani is lining up an Australian engineer to build and operate the coal handling and preparation plant at…
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