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  • MDL Q3 finished product output rises, slag production increasing

    Thursday, 26 October 2017

    The miner has reported strong market conditions as GCO’s finished goods production increase 12.7% and TTI titanium slag output is up 8%.

  • Saint-Gobain boosts sales, profits in H1

    Friday, 28 July 2017

    Demand for flat glass and construction materials continued to rise in the first half of the year, as the several acquisitions carried out by the company over the past year led to positive group effect and injected extra turnover.

  • Court-ordered inspectors search mineral sand warehouses in Tamil Nadu

    Friday, 19 May 2017

    A ban on mineral sands from Tamil Nadu will remain in place, during a court-ordered inspection of inventories, in an ongoing spat over alleged illegal mining.

  • Construction boosts Q1 sales for Martin Marietta

    Wednesday, 03 May 2017

    Higher demand for aggregates was seen in southern US states, as sales of cement and building materials were supported by the strengthening of construction and infrastructure across the country – a driver that the company believes will persist in the coming months.

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  • Cut and thrust in the global abrasives market

    Monday, 22 August 2016

    The global abrasives market is a fairly steady one, but new innovations in application technology are helping to compensate for areas of shrinking demand, Rose Pengelly, IM Correspondent, discovers.

  • Industrial minerals in British Columbia

    Wednesday, 24 February 2016

    Canada’s most southwesterly province has a long history of industrial mineral mining. George Simandl and Michaela Neetz of the British Columbia Geological Survey at the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines give a detailed over view of its non-metallic mineral activity and potential.

  • Yukon’s mineral industry – looking back and moving ahead

    Wednesday, 24 February 2016

    Low metal prices are keeping a lid on exploration, but as the Yukon Government’s Department of Energy, Mines and Resources explains, the territory is using the downtime to improve the industry’s regulatory framework, ready for a turnaround.

  • The rough with the smooth

    Friday, 22 February 2013

    Abrasives have had a hard time in the last few years as demand has waned on the back of an uncertain economy, but all sectors are set to enjoy growth as manufacturing returns to the black. Siobhan Lismore, Editor, takes a look at an industry on the up

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