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Best Practices in Mine Haulage
Brisbane, Australia - 26-28 November 2008
Conference / congress

Hear about latest in haulage process

Determining Your Best Haulage Options to Minimise Costs

Best Practices Mine Haul Road Construction and Operating
for Cost-efficient Truck Haulage

Learn Haul Road Design for the 21st Century

Optimising Driver Performance Through Fatigue Management
and Simulation Training

Designing a Fleet Management Strategy to maximize

Preventing Tyre Damage to Extend Tyre Life
Avoid Accidents using Collision Avoidance Systems

Evaluate Mine Automation Technologies that will Transform
the Future Mine

Assess the Preventative Maintenance Program
Improve Haul Road Maintenance

Enhancing Equipment Performance and Reliability With
Maintenance and Monitoring

26-28 November 2008

Rydges Hotel, South Bank, Brisbane

Contact for booking / more info:
Phone: +6102 9896 0776 Email:

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