The latest and very best in products, services and technology will be highlighted at the MineX event in Mount Isa next month.
One of eastern Australia’s largest biennial mining and engineering-based exhibitions will be held from May 30 to June 1 at Buchanan Park.
Exhibitors from across the country and overseas have locked in their sites, with organisers Commerce North West noting “near capacity levels already reached”.
“This year we have been very lucky to secure exhibitors that will be showcasing the absolute pinnacle when it comes to mining and engineering technology and innovation,” exhibitor manager Beth Anderson said.
“Many of the world’s leading specialists and suppliers will be on show, along with representatives from some of the largest companies in the industry and even some of the largest producing mines from across the Carpentaria minerals province, the richest mineral-producing region in the Southern Hemisphere.
“MineX19 will have everything, from larger-than-life mining equipment to pumping solutions and even power tools, with some great trade specials also on offer.”
One exhibit sure to attract attention is Force One Australia’s remotely operated dry vac excavator.
“Force One Australia is a company specialising in safe and environmentally friendly ways of excavating, and halving time and cost, when it comes to mine site shutdown works ,” general manager Spiro Xypolitos said.
“The latest non-destructive digging, material removal and large vacuum excavation machine out of Germany, the dry vac excavator combines the functionality of an extreme power vacuum truck, a side tipper haul truck, an excavator and a compressed air unit all in one.”
The three-day MineX program includes demonstrations, presentations and a MineX Rocks closing concert.