Wondering what a best-practice Industrial Minerals planning process looks like?

Given increasing competition and more variable demand, Quarry managers and mining engineers are seeking to improve the productivity of their operations. To achieve this, many are developing a clearer understanding of their geological deposit, to understand what is available to them today and tomorrow, so they can develop more adaptive extraction plans.

With productivity in mind, they are also looking to create more efficient, easier to mine designs, along with enhanced production schedules that are flexible and responsive to changes in demand. Ensuring maximum economic optimization is also entering the conversation as they seek to do more to align production more closely with the rate of return they desire.

Finding the right tools to achieve these objectives is paramount. Paul Hartley, a 40-year industry veteran has spent decades working with industrial minerals companies to help them find and implement solutions that boost economic return. In his webinar “Planning and Optimizing Quarry Production”, he walks you through such a solution, spanning the mining lifecycle.

In his webinar, Paul steps you through geological modeling, planning, optimization and scheduling to show you how to maximize mine production at your quarry, whether the product is cement, aggregates, clays, diatomaceous earth, or other industrial minerals. … Watch the webinar.

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Mark Bese

Mark Bese

Industry Marketing Director at Dassault Systèmes
Mark Bese is Industry Marketing Director for Energy & Materials at Dassault Systèmes.