July 18, 2018 08:30 CEST
“We are proud to be a key partner of Cormidom as they develop the Cerro de Maimon mine for significantly higher production,” said Helena Hedblom, Epiroc’s Senior Executive Vice President Mining and Infrastructure. “We are committed to delivering more productivity and safety to our customers at a lower total cost of operation.”
Paul Arndt, the Managing Director of Perilya, the Australian parent of Cormidom, commented that, “Perilya has a long and successful operating history with Epiroc in Australia. We see this as a chance to build on this relationship and develop further a strong partnership utilizing Epiroc equipment throughout all the key phases of the mining cycle.”
The order includes the Boomer M2 and Simba E7 drill rigs, the Scooptram ST18 underground loader and the Minetruck MT65, among other machines and rock drilling tools. The equipment will be delivered over the next two years.