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  • Indian mineral index flat in June

    Wednesday, 23 August 2017

    Monthly production of chromite, limestone, magnesia and bauxite all decreased, while limestone, zinc and lead concentrate rose.

  • Martin Marietta Q2 profits grow further on construction recovery

    Thursday, 03 August 2017

    Demand from the residential housing end markets increased almost 15% in the quarter as a number of southern US states continue to drive the recovery in the construction sector.

  • 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.

  • Imerys’ takeover of Kerneos to be completed in July

    Monday, 26 June 2017

    The French industrial minerals group has received clearance from European authorities over the proposed takeover of the speciality cement maker Kerneos.

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  • Australian agricultural limestone: What’s eating Australia?

    Monday, 26 September 2016

    With soil acidification eating at Australia’s multibillion dollar agricultural market, Richard Flook, Consultant, and Cameron Perks, IM Australian Correspondent,* take a look at what is being done to help farmers improve their productivity and the growth required in the Australian agricultural limestone industry.

  • New Zealand agricultural limestone: Fertilising middle earth

    Monday, 26 September 2016

    New Zealand may be best known as Tolkien’s “Middle Earth” but it is also a powerhouse in agricultural production. The lush green fields have long relied on agricultural limestone but recently more attention has been focussed on optimising performance. Richard Flook, Consultant, and Cameron Perks, IM Australian Correspondent examine how fine grades of agricultural limestone, either spread or granulated, are becoming increasingly popular.

  • 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.

  • New South Wales maps out industrial mineral opportunities

    Thursday, 22 October 2015

    The eastern Australian state of NSW is home to a large number of highly prospective industrial mineral deposits. Cameron Perks and David Forster* outline how the Geological Survey of New South Wales is producing an updated map of the region’s geology in order to showcase its potential to investors, geologists and the wider community.

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