How Mining Consultants Can Survive The Downturn

Bain has worked with leading mining companies on hundreds of projects over several decades. Being leaders in the mining industry by developing mining engineering solutions that integrate intelligence, innovation and technology, placing engineering decisions in an efficient position of resources and funding, balancing optimally return and risk of the same, aggregates appraisal always ensuring the success of our customers.

Stay abreast of the evolution of mining technologies, solutions and innovation to assist our clients to maximize the return on their investment, particularly in designing and implementation of concepts and designs that result in well closed and remediated mines.

In Canada, approximately 40 per cent of mining workers are at least 50 years old, and a third expected to retire by 2022, threatening both operational productivity and the leadership pipeline.4 Canada will be in need of 150 000 new mining recruits by 2023 (more than half the current workforce).

Global environmental consultancy SLR and strategic risk management consultancy Strategia Worldwide Ltd hosted a joint breakfast seminar on Wednesday 25 January 2017, 8AM to 10AM at the Cavalry and Guards Club, London to discuss helping companies and investors realise opportunities in complex environments”.

For example, Rio Tinto has recently invested millions into the production of 36 remote vehicles for their Australian projects – replacing an estimated 90 full-time employees and increasing productivity by around 10 per cent.6 Mining research, development, and technology trends that once took decades to spread across the world can now be quickly shared through social media with any consultant and mining personnel with an internet connection.

 

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