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Supply Post Industry News - August, 2010

  • TMS Proven to Work with Chained Tyres

    TMS, the direct tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system for the OTR tyre market has been tested on chained tyres by Chilean mining service company Bailac. The results prove that TMS will work within chained tyres and the system will continue to deliver tyre pressure and temperature data irrespective of the presence of the chains.

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    Aug 17, 2010 - 8 years ago

  • Mi-Jack Canada Expands Material Handling Fleet As Sennebogen’s Newest Distributor

    Mi-Jack Canada has expanded its lines of purpose-built machines with the addition of SENNEBOGEN green line material handlers.

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    Aug 17, 2010 - 8 years ago

  • Tribunal Decision Protects Rio Tinto's Integrated Rail Network In The Pilbara

    The Australian Competition Tribunal handed down its determinations in response to the applications by Rio Tinto to review the decisions by the Federal Treasurer to declare the Hamersley and Robe River railway lines available for third party access under Part IIIA of the Trade Practices Act.

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    Aug 9, 2010 - 8 years ago

  • Capstone Reports Mineral Resource Estimate For Minto East And Resumption Of Drilling

    Capstone Mining Corp. announced the results of National Instrument 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate for the Minto East deposit discovered in 2009 at its high grade Minto copper-gold mine in Yukon, Canada. This is a preliminary mineral resource estimate for the Minto East deposit, which is still open to the east, and where exploration drilling has just resumed. Drilling at Minto East will comprise step-out holes to test the limits of the deposit and infill holes to increase the classification of the existing mineral resource. Exploration drilling will also continue to test other exploration targets, including those generated from the Titan 24 deep IP survey, which is about 60% complete.

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    Aug 9, 2010 - 8 years ago

  • Public Supports Training For Passenger Car Drivers On Sharing The Road With Trucks

    The Traffic Injury Research Foundation’s (TIRF’s) public opinion poll, Road Safety Monitor 2009: Large Trucks in Canada, which received sponsorship and input from the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA), indicates that many Canadian drivers do not believe driver training programs for passenger vehicles provide adequate education about sharing the road with large trucks.

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    Aug 8, 2010 - 8 years ago

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