Midhco held a production session

Mining News Pro - One hundred and sixty-fifth production session with the presence of Midco CEO, managers and consultants of production units has been held via a virtual conference.

Qualitative and quantitative development is the main target of MSC

Mining News Pro - Chief executive of Mobarakeh Steel Company insisted on qualitative and quantitative development.

New manager of planning and development has been assigned for ESCO

Mining News Pro - The chief executive of ESCO assigned the new planning and development manager for this company.

New manager of planning and development has been assigned for ESCO

Mining News Pro - The chief executive of ESCO assigned the new planning and development manager for this company.

UN at COP26: “Enough of mining…we are digging our own graves”

Mining News Pro - It did not take long for COP26 to turn into a farce this week with UN Secretary General António Guterres pleading with the gathered highnesses and excellencies to declare enough is enough.

Midhco was rewarded in the International Knowledge Management conference (KM4D)

Mining News Pro - The fourth International Knowledge Management conference with the approach of hyman excellence has taken place in Iran with the cooperation of Khatam University, Austria Management Academy and Iran Management academy.

South Africa should not rush move away from coal

Mining News Pro - South Africa must manage its transition away from coal-fired power generation systematically and not rush a switch to renewable energy sources, Mining and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe said on Thursday.

Oxin Steel Company received “Value Creation” reward

Mining News Pro - In the national meeting of value-creating managers of Iran Amin Asiaban, chief executive of Oxin Steel Company received the Value Creation reward.

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Power outage caused serious damage

Mining News Pro - Following the negative consequences of power outages for the steel industry, CEO of GolGohar Company referred to the imposition of serious damage to these units and the inability of contractors to provide fixed costs.

Extractives sector moves to turn the tide on corruption

Mining News Pro - Governments, business and civil society are uniting in the fight against corruption in the extractives sector, demonstrating support and commitment for beneficial ownership transparency.

Harmony planning further 73 MW of green electricity generation

Mining News Pro - Like everybody else, we’re on the verge of now starting to build our renewable energy plants.

MSC will construct a hospital

Mining News Pro - According to the CEO of Mobarakeh Steel Company, creating a health record for employees and their families is one of the measures that should be on the company’s agenda.

Health and safety a priority for rescheduled IMARC

Mining News Pro - The 2021 International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) has been rescheduled until next year due to travel and gathering restrictions from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Australia.

The tech innovators strutting their stuff at MINExpo 2021

Mining News Pro - Taking place from September 13-15 in Las Vegas, MINExpo welcomes the most ambitious innovators in the global mining industry, with cutting-edge equipment, services and technologies set to be on display.

De Ruyter outlines green reindustrialisation vision for South Africa

Mining News Pro - Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter has outlined the case for leveraging South Africa’s transition to green energy to reverse the country’s “vicious cycle of deindustrialisation and unemployment” and to trigger a “virtuous cycle of local demand for local goods to create investment and jobs”.

METS revenue suffers but hope remains

Mining News Pro - More than half of Australia’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies suffered a decrease in revenue in 2019, according to Austmine’s National METS survey for 2020.

AusIMM series to highlight next-generation mining

Mining News Pro - The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) will host its Thought Leadership Series 2021 in August and September, featuring high level discussions on the future of mining.

Introducing Copper to the World 2021

Mining News Pro - Copper to the World returns in 2021, presented live at the Adelaide Convention Centre and simultaneously live-streamed to attendees located around the world.

Meeting to review the problems of Khuzestan Steel retirees with the presence of the CEO of this company

Mining News Pro - A meeting to review the problems of Khuzestan Steel retirees was held in the presence of Amin Ebrahimi, CEO, and members of the board of directors of the Khuzestan Steel Retirees Association.

New partnership between Department of Iran’s Environment and HOSCO

Mining News Pro - Chief executive of HOSCO held a meeting with the manager of Department of Environment on the occasion of environment week in Iran.

Oxin Steel Company: The key to complete KSC's steel chain

Mining News Pro - KSC has held a meeting with the presence of the chairman of the board, CEO, human resource manager and other managers of this company.

Canada to reject any future thermal coal mining projects

Mining News Pro - The Canadian government will no longer approve thermal-coal mining projects because of their contribution to the climate crisis.

Jajarm Alumina Company increases the aluminum ingot production by 60 percent

Mining News Pro - According to the targets of Jajarm Alumina Co. by increasing the production of aluminum ingot by 60% percent, the amount of this year will reach 40 thousand tons.

Ausmex to focus on QLD gold projects

Mining News Pro - Ausmex says it expects to commence mining at its Golden Mile and Mt Freda projects in Queensland following regulatory and land court decisions.

Midhco’s meeting with the presence of President of the International Public Relations Association

In this meeting Philippe Borremans demanded more business relations with MIDHCO.

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