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MINE Magazine is the essential reading material for decision-makers in the mining industry, bringing you the latest news and analysis in an exciting, interactive format. Produced by a team of experienced editors and contributors, this monthly magazine offers insights into key market and commodity trends, in-depth analysis of resources and prospects around the world and licensing and policy decisions affecting the industry, as well as updates on the latest technologies in exploration and operations, health and safety and environmental issues.

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Special Issue | Yearbook 2017
In this issue:The biggest news stories, major projects, top performing commodities, breakthrough technologies of the year, the outlook for 2018, and more.

December 2017 Top

Issue 63 | December 2017
In this issue:The race to mine Afghanistan, Yukon infrastructure, streamlining Australia’s legislation, artisanal mining in South Africa, AI for exploration, locating buried deposits, and more.

November 2017 Top

Issue 62 | November 2017
In this issue:Cyanide makes for clean gold, Grasberg mine’s struggles, China’s environmental tax, Cornish lithium, titanium in Greenland, cobalt batteries, and more.

October 2017 Top

Issue 61 | October 2017
In this issue:State-financed mines, Trump’s “amazing results” for miners, land rights in New Zealand, Industry 4.0, long-distance remote mining, Portland stone goes underground, and more.

September 2017 Top

Issue 60 | September 2017
In this issue: Boosting black ownership, corruption in Uganda, seafloor mining, automated drill rigs, real-time ore analysis, mine rescue response procedures, and more.

August 2017 Top

Issue 59 | August 2017
In this issue: Mining under Macron, Australia’s Iron Road, legitimising mica in India, De Beers to go carbon neutral, ICMM talks falling fatalities, the shrinking talent pool, and more.

July 2017 Top

Issue 58 | July 2017
In this issue: China strikes gold record, the US coal comeback, mining in Mali, new mineral formations, a case for sand mining, the International Collegiate Mining Competition, and more.

June 2017 Top

Issue 57 | June 2017
In this issue: Industry titans search for new leaders, Mongolia expands exploration, Australia’s iron ore tax, prospects for palladium, genomics and mine waste, award-winning hoisting, and more.

May 2017 Top

Issue 56 | May 2017
In this issue: The amber industry trapped in tragedy, a $1m competition to disrupt mining, lithium in Cornwall, forgotten minerals, using drones for site surveys, the evolution of mining apps, and more.

April 2017 Top

Issue 55 | April 2017
In this issue: Obama’s parting shot at coal, the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame, inching towards automation, Indonesia’s new regulations, ICMM’s water management commitments, profiling cobalt, and more.

March 2017 Top

Issue 54 | March 2017
In this issue: The mission to mine on Mars, a war on man-made diamonds, illegal mining in Pakistan, managing microbes at sites, new end-of-life technologies, analysing market risks, and more.

February 2017 Top

Issue 53 | February 2017
In this issue: Canada’s foreign human rights record, prospecting in Ecuador, finding new minerals, neutralising mine acid waste, tracing Australia’s METS sector journey, airborne medics in Africa, and more.

January 2017 Top

Issue 52 | January 2017
In this issue: Raising capital in 2017, Iran’s market post-sanctions, the growth of Canadian junior miners, supporting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, CAT after Oberhelman’s departure, GE’s digital mine, and more .

December 2016 Top

Issue 51 | December 2016
In this issue: The Philippines shutting down mining, Namibia’s growth, tin excavation in the DRC, MIT’s smelting discovery, Hexagon increases driver safety, inside the first Hackathon event, and more.

November 2016 Top

Issue 50 | November 2016
In this issue: Accelerating mining tech in Russia and innovation in Australia, setting a standard for artisanal mining, the potential for a global copper shortage, a new outlook for chemical extraction techniques, the Evolution of mine scheduling software, and more.

October 2016 Top

Issue 49 | October 2016
In this issue: The future of the underground mining equipment sector, Wealth Minerals talks about its strategy, a look inside Peru’s Fairtrade-certified gold mine, reviving Egypt’s ancient gold mines, the next step in UK seafloor mining, managing wastewater and more.

September 2016 Top

Issue 48 | September 2016
In this issue: Sierra Leone’s new diamond project, the human cost of illegal gold, the MSHA push to reach zero harm, Anglo American’s safety culture, industry-wide changes in Kenyan mining, sifting through Sweden’s remaining minerals, Australia’s boost from scandium, and more.

August 2016 Top

Issue 47 | August 2016
In this issue: Goldcorp’s massive data hack, rare earth minerals in Greenland, inside the world’s biggest copper mine, Rio Tinto’s driverless problems, Anglo American’s hold on De Beers, the latest in mining simulation technologies, and more.

July 2016 Top

Issue 46 | July 2016
In this issue: How augmented reality is changing mining practices, tackling corruption in India with technology, turning Zambia’s copper into a goldmine, re-emergence of black lung, Carmichael coal mine, future supplies of phosphorus, and more.

June 2016 Top

Issue 45 | June 2016
In this issue: Integra Gold’s crowdsourced gold rush challenge and the commodity’s performance in the market, a record-breaking mine blast, locating raw mineral resources across Europe, setting standards of safety in Russia and fair trade globally, and more.

May 2016 Top

Issue 44 | May 2016
In this issue: Balancing responsible nickel mining with Madagascar’s delicate environment, a new way to discover copper deposits, mining in the world’s most adverse conditions, airborne electromagnetic surveys, British Columbia’s land access laws, enforcing EPA rules and more.

April 2016 Top

Issue 43 | April 2016
In this issue: Oyu Tolgoi’s struggle to reach production, Rio Tinto’s driverless sites, excavating conflict mineral tantalum, the collapse of Arch Coal, thermal fragmentation to refine ore yields, mentoring for female workers and innovators, and more.

March 2016 Top

Issue 42 | March 2016
In this issue: Transforming Myanmar’s jade mining industry, debating a global moratorium on coal projects and its future as a relic of the past, Tesla’s struggle to source lithium, the latest developments in mine waste storage, Boart Longyear’s drilling system, and more.

February 2016 Top

Issue 41 | February 2016
In this issue: Unlocking India’s resource potential, South Africa’s landmark silicosis trial, an outlook for alumina, potash mining in the UK, Canada’s mining strategy under Prime Minster Trudeau, the legacy of the Jameson Cell and more.

December 2015 Top

Issue 40 | December 2015
In this issue: The rise and fall of Glencore Xstrata, cleaning up New Mexico’s abandoned mines, trouble for platinum mining in South Africa, a look inside Canada’s mining innovation hub, removing cyanide from processing and more.

November 2015 Top

Issue 39 | November 2015
In this issue: unlocking new sources of rare earth elements, the changing tides of tin, developing a strategy for deep-sea mining, how mining companies diversify as commodity prices drop, training the next generation of engineers, and more.

October 2015 Top

Issue 38 | October 2015
In this issue:How a Chinese manufacturing downturn will affect commodity prices, boosting processing efficiency with real-time sensor tech, the latest in simulation training, how Tanzania can make the most of its tanzanite resources, addressing the skills shortage in South America, and more

September 2015 Top

Issue 37 | September 2015
In this issue: A new approach for collaboration between majors and juniors, electronic platforms as a solution to potential collusion, sub-Saharan Africa’s safe haven, protecting the Australian workforce, and more

August 2015 Top

Issue 36 | August 2015
In this issue: EU tackles the trade in conflict minerals, Australia’s iron ore tactics, China and the ‘rare earths crisis’, Amur Mineral’s Russian feat, seabed mining controversy, and more.

July 2015 Top

Issue 35 | July 2015
In this issue: Boosting mining in Europe, Australia’s varying policies on uranium mining, improving gender diversity, conflict in Peru, mountaintop removal coal mining, and more.

June 2015 Top

Issue 34 | June 2015
In this issue:The growing market for bulk material handling products and technologies, nickel-containing car batteries to the rescue, Japan and Australia’s economic partnership agreement, mothballing mines, and more.

May 2015 Top

Issue 33| May 2015
In this issue: Sized for success in today’s market, heavyweights return looking for new deals, the rise and fall of iron ore, South Australia catches up, Indonesia turns former mine into botanical garden, and more.

April 2015 Top

Issue 32 | April 2015
In this issue: In this issue: Electric vehicles draw increased interest, turning methane gas into electricity in South Africa, corporate social responsibility in Canada, increased M&A activity expected in Australia, and more.

March 2015 Top

Issue 31 | March 2015
In this issue: The price of gold mining in South America, Haiti’s resource potential, a positive outlook for zinc, autonomous drilling with Sandvik, resource nationalism on the map, Spain’s controversial Los Frailes mine reopening, and more.

February 2015 Top

Issue 30| February 2015
In this issue: Unlocking the potential of Canada’s Ring of Fire, new prospects for tin mining in the UK, the risks and rewards of space exploration, tackling false environmental reporting in the US, Bentley’s new MineCycle software applications, a recruitment outlook for the year, and more.

January 2015 Top

Issue 29| January 2015
In this issue:Incentives for explorers in Canada’s Northwest Territories, Afghanistan’s mining future, new power automation software from ABB, Glencore’s ambitious investment strategy, the frac sand mining boom and more.

December 2014 Top

Issue 26 | December 2014
In this issue: challenges and opportunities for graphite, Vale and ABB’s mine automation project, keeping temperatures low underground with a new approach to ice cooling, mitigating Ebola risks in mining operations, and more.

November 2014 Top

Issue 26 | November 2014
In this issue: Assessing the top mining business risks, Goldcorp’s journey from lows to highs, Kazakhstan’s promising mining future, the potential of geosynthetics for mining operations, innovative mine restoration projects around the world and more.

October 2014 Top

Issue 26 | October 2014
In this issue: a positive outlook for gold, when emerging markets have emerged, the future of the DRC as a mining destination, a unique approach to mine pollution in Chile, Saudi Arabia’s move into mining, the iron sand controversy in New Zealand continues, and more.

September 2014 Top

Issue 25 | September 2014
In this issue: Bolivia’s rocky road to reform, the rise of palladium, a new era of automated underground mining, London’s leading position in mining finance, innovation in mobile mining apps, the impact of gold mining in Peru and more.

August 2014 Top

Issue 24 | August 2014
In this issue: The uncertain future of silver, Sierra Leone’s industry beyond the infamous diamonds, lessons learned from the Soma mine disaster, innovations in underground communications, metal-mining plants and more.

July 2014 Top

Issue 23 | July 2014
In this issue: Chile’s challenged copper industry, ex-Xstrata CEO Mick Davis bounces back with X2 Resources, Canada’s efforts to attract new workers to underground jobs, California’s ban on suction dredge mining and more.

June 2014 Top

Issue 22 | June 2014
In this issue: Mexico cracks down on illegal mining cartels, new tech for material handling, worker safety in Australia, mining litigation in Canada and more

May 2014 Top

Issue 21 | May 2014
In this issue: Using big data for better equipment maintenance, why infrastructure is becoming increasingly important to investors in East African iron ore projects, new technology to improve safety in ultra-deep mining and more

April 2014 Top

Issue 20 | April 2014
In this issue: Indonesia’s export gamble, Canada’s push into the rare earth metals market, LNG-fuelled engines for mining trucks, holistic conveyor belt monitoring, increasing yields from complex ores and more.

March 2014 Top

Issue 19 | March 2014
In this issue: Greenland’s mining future, innovation in exploration and drilling technology, Scotland’s controversial new mine project, extracting uranium from wastewater, global recruitment trends, and more.

February 2014 Top

Issue 18 | February 2014
In this issue: Corporate social responsibility in junior mining companies, the market for barite, drilling innovation for Australia, the benefits of geographic information systems, the controversy of mountaintop removal mining in Central Appalachia, and more.

January 2014 Top

Issue 17 | January 2014
In this issue: Australia’s unexplored reserves, how Kenya is kick-starting its nascent mining industry, investor prospects in Myanmar, trends in green mining technology, the race for bauxite, and more

December 2013 Top

Issue 16 | December 2013
In this issue: Mitigating risks in mining, South Africa’s strategic move, a new portable power solution for mines, the importance of rail infrastructure for effective mining operations, the future of Zimbabwe’s industry, the controversy surrounding ironsand mining in South Taranaki, and more

November 2013 Top

Issue 15 | November 2013
In this issue: The driving forces behind Europe’s mining revival, the MINE Awards 2013, how a new approach to blast design could help improve rock blasting techniques, a collaborative effort for skills development in Canada, new ideas for post-mining land rehabilitation, the world’s deepest open-pit mines, and more

October 2013 Top

Issue 14 | October 2013
In this issue: What Mexico’s policy reforms will mean for the mining industry, the economic impact of gold, how the break-up of the world’s largest potash mining cartel will affect the market, a new technology that claims to revolutionise the production of sought-after metals, how Caterpillar tackles the element of human error with a fatigue monitoring system for vehicles, and more

September 2013Top

Issue 13 | September 2013
In this issue: How new underground technology is helping companies maximise efficiency, the potential treasures hidden in small fault lines, how predictable maintenance can reduce downtime of critical equipment, what the industry is doing to make water management more sustainable, new insights about post-mining restoration in the Amazon, and more.

August 2013Top

Issue 12 | August 2013
In this issue: Which changes are needed to turn Africa’s commodity wealth into economic growth, the future of uranium mining in Western Australia, new technologies to make mining more environmentally friendly, the world’s largest haul truck, women in the mining industry talk about progress in closing the gender gap, and more.

July 2013Top

Issue 11 | July 2013
In this issue: An unusual initiative in Australia aims to boost miners’ awareness of health and safety, a new slope failure modelling technology could help predict landslides, why the Upper Big Branch investigation raises questions for regulators attempting to prevent future disasters, a new funding model brings crowdfunding to the mining industry, how plummeting gold prices could affect the industry, and more

June 2013Top

Issue 10 | June 2013
In this issue: Data management tools for mining operations, M&A trends in 2013, the challenges emerging from Latin America’s mining boom, a new licensing regime for seabed mining, and more.

May 2013Top

Issue 9 | May 2013
In this issue: Automated technologies for materials handling, the race for resources in outer space, why demand is rising for mine security, how a lack of regulation could affect the silica sand mining boom in the US, the challenges of assessing environmental impact of mining operations in fragile ecosystems, and more.

April 2013Top

Issue 8 | April 2013
In this issue: Making OTR tyres last longer, a new system for automated mineshaft inspection, ups and downs in commodities, what new, stricter regulations could mean for the mining boom in Mongolia, the long-term effects of the mining ban in Goa, and more

March 2013Top

Issue 7 | March 2013
In this issue: Innovative drilling technology for South Africa’s gold mines, forecasts for gold and silver, the race for rare earth metals, Australia’s flawed mining tax, Greece’s troubled new gold mine project, and more

February 2013Top

Issue 6 | February 2013
In this issue: Reducing the impact of mining on the environment and local communities, specialist drilling in remote locations, risks faced by producers operating in South Africa, gender equality in the mining industry, and more.

January 2013Top

Issue 5 | January 2013
In this issue: Mine-mapping in challenging terrain with unmanned aerial vehicles, the mining industry’s digital revolution, cloud computing solutions, the dangerous work of Mongolian gold miners, mine project updates, and more.

November 2012Top

Issue 4| November 2012
In this issue: The most advanced sampling tools | Mineral-munching microbes mine metals | Opening up Latin America | Why good management practices are key to safety | Australia’s top copper deals and projects | Global recruitment trends…and more!

September 2012Top

Issue 3| September 2012
In this issue: The world’s most exciting untapped deposits, new technologies for extracting coal, Planetary Resources’ ambitious quest to mine asteroids, and much more.

July 2012 Top


Issue 2 | July 2012
In this issue: The industry’s best safety technology, a world-first mobile gas lab, post-accident wireless communication, minerals of the future, soil restoration, and more.

May 2012 Top

Issue 1 | May 2012
In this issue: The ultimate mining machinery, breakthroughs in autonomous systems, the vast resources of the BRICS countries and Mongolia, Australia’s skills shortage, and more.

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Since LMB Honeywell joined the Aerospace Technology web site, we have seen our Google Ranking results improve dramatically, received some adequate inquiries in term of potential, technical needs & quality of customers, and registered direct orders. This web site fulfils our expectations.

The Air Force technology web site has proved to be a valuable marketing asset, assisting
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to gain access. As a company we now enjoy greater customer diversification than
we had before joining Air Force technology. We look forward to continuing this trend.

Being in the military aerospace industry I think an ad on this web is a must. I’m very pleased with it so far and I’m sure many of the inquiries I get come from airforce-technology. I’m also very impressed with the total number of projects, companies etc. on the web.

ABB Automation Systems AB has been present on the mining-technology site for almost two years. We are satisfied with the site and see it as a very good complement to our own site. It is positive that many of the actors of the mining industry are present which makes it attractive for many customers. The result has been several interesting business contacts for us.

The Railway Technology website has proved to be an important aid to SNC-Lavalin’s international efforts. The site has helped introduce our organisation to numerous potential clients and partners worldwide, and achieve a significant increase in awareness throughout the industry of SNC-Lavalin’s Total Transit Solution approach to development of transit systems.

Working in the railway industry, Siemens Transportation systems
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Kable websites have provided the kind of large scale Internet presence and visibility that have contributed to making ThermoDyne one of the fastest growing companies in the high temperature insulation industry. The flexibility, service, support and effectiveness of kable and its representatives have been an encouraging challenge to our own marketing staff in striving for excellence, and I have had no reservations about personally recommending their services to associates, vendors and our clientele around the world.

Mobilecomms Technology search engine marketing techniques mean that potential customers using the Internet to source their required equipment find our page above all others. As a result, we receive sales enquiries and increased traffic to our own company website and have improved our standing in markets we are familiar with as well as new areas.

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We are now entering our third year with Airport Technology. We have found this particular website to be the primary source of enquiries from potential customers. Our web address on the Google search engine has been particularly successful insofar that it is number 1 & 2 on the first page under Air Traffic Management Consultants, all thanks to Airport Technology. We are now being contacted at an increasing pace as the aviation industry starts to pick up from the past two rather quiet years. I should also mention that I use your site to look for companies that can help us. I have already recommended the site to other companies. I feel sure that, as the site continues to develop, it will become one of the world’s primary search sites for the aviation industry and their customers.

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As a result of the investment we have made in this opportunity we have had a number of UK MoD enquiries,one of which has resulted in a potential order. The web site has been a very good way of getting our name and cooperate information in front of many influential people within the UK MoD as well as associated defence companies.

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Very professionally prepared and published. Our content was very well placed, laying a focus on our capabilities. The CEO team worked in a professional manner and were very good at keeping up with their clients’ needs.

As a leader in the field of inventory management, enabling companies to trade surplus stock for procuring media opportunities, Active International is proud to have participated in Finance Director Europe. This journal offers an important pulse on initiatives and innovations for the European CFO community and provides excellent ROI. A series of promotional editorials by Active International in 2004 and 2005 generated sales enquiries and expertly conveyed our message.

Kable provide a quality service enabling us to make contact with many potential clients.

Thanks for sending me a copy of Medical Device Developments, in which we find our company’s advertisement on page 83. I’m very much pleased with the quality of the advertisement and the placement next to the article Device packaging developments.

Avicenna Technology Inc is pleased with the results from its participation in the 2004 edition of MDD and has renewed for the 2005 edition. The volume of high quality responses from the world over has exceeded Avicenna’s expectations. The method by which these responses are forwarded is thorough and timely.

SCHURTER’S advertisement in MDD 2004 provided several of our customers within the medical appliance sector to access our company and product information. We appreciated the high quality responses that enabled us to demonstrate our competence herein. Proceeding with this announcement is the logical consequence.

W.C. Heraeus is pleased with the results from its advertisement in the 2004 edition of MDD and has renewed for the 2005 edition. The service by which these responses are forwarded is thorough and timely and the feedback from all over the world has exceeded our expectations.

LASAG Industrial-Lasers is pleased with the feedback of our advertisements in the Medical Device Developments. Participating since many years, we very much appreciate the professional service of the MDD team. We are looking forward to the 2005 edition now.

The European Commercial Real Estate Group at Deutsche Bank, a leader in European commercial mortgage lending and CMBS, was very happy working with FDE. The editorial process and their ability to adapt to changing timetables and requirements was very good. FDE’s feedback in terms of reader inquiry related to interviews and hits on the FDE website were very helpful and informative. This provided a real measure of the impact of the pieces which is usually sorely lacking.

I found the content to be absolutely wonderful. These types of publications usually only keep my attention for a few minutes, but IT Leadership got my full attention and I read it cover to cover. Great job and keep it up.

Attending LEAF has proved to be a very worthwhile experience.

LEAF has improved every year. Keep up the good work.

LEAF has exceeded all my expectations.

The evolving changes that are underway in how industry finds and develops new energy supplies are creating a new reality for all of us – a reality that presents significant challenges and places a premium on sound management systems and decision making…The response to these new challenges is technology. Technology is the lifeblood of our ability to pursue opportunities in new geographic locations and ever-harsher climates.

Working in the mobile communications industry, 2N has found Mobilecomms Technology to be a professional and successful site that has provided us with new contacts and sales leads throughout the world.

I was pleased that LEAF-Contractors exceeded my expectations. I can’t think of any improvements that need to be made.

LEaf is valuable for making new contacts and maintaining old contacts.

My team and I are very impressed with the CEO publication.

Thank you, Martin. I appreciate the work you’ve done to support us as an advertiser and supporter of CEO. It has been a good and worthy investment, and we will consider other opportunities with you along the way in the future.

When launching our assembly dedicated modular MES solutions for optimised process control and life cycle management, choosing Medical Device Developments as our long-term global partner has proven a timely, well judged decision.

We hereby confirm that we subscribe to the web-page, and have done that for some years. We are very pleased with the response we have had, with a lot of interesting inquiries. Some of the inquiries has even led to contracts for delivery of lifeboats and rescueboats. We can highly recommend this web page to other manufacturers.

I found your publication to be insightful and well-written, and I appreciate the executive level presentation and brevity.

Very positive – please invite me again!

This is the third time at LEAF. It is more and more interesting each time.

Competitiveness will be determined less by sheer size and asset holding and more by agility, speed of response, and capacity for innovation.

Packaging Gateway has been an integral part of our online marketing campaign.It has helped Royston Labels achieve high visibility on the internet with top ranking results on the all the major search engines and therefore increased traffic to our page.We have also had excellent customer services with our account manager providing us with continued support throughout the year.I would happily recommend the Packaging Gateway web site as a valuable marketing tool.

The forum was an excellent use of our time and resources and allowed us to spread the word on Centria to a quality audience of decision makers from the international architectural community.

It was great to see that the architects there were as eager to learn from us as we were to impart our product knowledge. The organizers have to be commended for inviting a quality group of architects for whom the event must have been as worthwhile as it was for us suppliers.

Since LMB Honeywell joined the Aerospace Technology web site, we have seen our Google Ranking results improve dramatically, received some adequate inquiries in term of potential, technical needs & quality of customers, and registered direct orders. This web site fulfils our expectations.

Knapheide, is one of the the leading German manufacturers of a variety of hydraulic system-components including high-pressure hoses for mining and industrial purposes.We are pleased to state that we are very satisfied with the performance and our presence on the mining-site. We have been on the site for five years and our export-quota has gone up from 8 to 15% . This is to a great extent due to the contacts & visibility made via this professionally managed site.

Thanks Mining Technology!

For us, being part of the website is a perfect option to present our products and innovations to a global audience. Packaging Gateway provides a first rate service in terms of product and professionalism – we look forward to doing more work with you.

Food Processing Technology has been an integrated part of our online marketing strategy within Food and Dairy for more than one year. This has lead to increased enquiries and contact to customers we have not been in touch with earlier. We have also had excellent service from our account manager who continously keeps us updated and provides us with support and suggests new online activities in order to have the best possible online appereance.

We are happy to recommend Food Processing Technology as an integrated online tool.

We at Dorce Prefabricated Building and Construction Ind. Trade Inc. are very pleased with the service Army Technology provides. We have recieved so many enquiries from Customers and it has also helped us increase our brand recognition outside our core market area.

Speakers were all good.

Excellent insights.

Real life experience, linking M&A to shared services/BPO support.

This is the second year of Theon Sensors of subscription to the army-technology site. We are satisfied with our membership to the site. According to my opinion some of the unique benefits are given below:

  • Ability to include cross-links of our products with the main project/product (eg. link our night driver’s viewer with the Leopard 2 main battle tank)
  • Ability to post press releases
  • Ability to trace the users who download our product brochures

In general the site has been very useful tool to promote our products and to establish representatives for our products in other countries.

GSF was extremely valuable in developing new relationships with key decision makers in our industry. It was well organised and a very efficient use of our time. We will definitely attend again next year.

It is a great opportunity for all the people in same industry to meet and know each other better in short time.

Very well organised event…one-to-one meetings very useful. Excellent interaction with key industry suppliers.

Valuable and productive meetings with the RIGHT people in the industry. Much more focused on the semiconductor industry than other events.

A very warm welcome and great ‘get-to-know-each-other’ activities. Quick access to remote suppliers with follow-up arrangements.

Interesting opportunity to improve networking with suppliers and delegates from different IC industries.

An intense opportunity to meet customers all in one location.

Useful for me to meet smaller suppliers I’ve never been exposed to with an interesting view of Asia’s coverage by suppliers.

Good programme that provides an excellent opportunity for networking with my peers.

Good gathering of leaders in the industry!

I believe this is a GREAT business model.

Excellent networking for running and future business. Due to the fact the Kable team was really very involved in the time after the formal business we stayed more together ‘after business’.

Due to the format this forum is A BREED APART, meeting format is great. I was very pleased with the pre-arranged meetings.

A very informal way to conduct formal business.

Excellent opportunity for one-to-one meetings, good quality of buying influences.

Some useful new business opportunities to be explored.

This is third year that our company has a profile on Ship-Technology. During these years, we have became a recognizable name on the market for metal furniture producers. Several companies have contacted us through your website and many are now regular clients. All that was possible thanks to our advertisement on Ship Technology.
We are satisfied with the cooperation from your company and our profile will stay on the website in the future. We also have a profile on Naval Technology which helps to expand the number of clients. We can highly recommend your website to all companies, especially those who have just started their business on the marine market.

The Army, Navy, Air Force and Aerospace technology profiles are extremely helpful in researching the Defense Industry, domestic and international. When searching for information on defense products or suppliers the pages rank very highly within search engines, making them easy to find. Overall this is a great tool for researching for competition or potential collaboration.

Over the past four years Biwater has found Water Technology to be a great marketing tool and source for new enquiries within the water industry. A really easy and comprehensive site to access and a definite recommendation for increased online visibility.

We manufacture transdermal drug delivery systems and medical grade films, liners and laminates for the medical and pharmaceutical industries. We have been using pharmaceutical technology for at least two years as a way to increase awareness of our capabilities and drive relevant traffic to our web site.

We would recommend this service to others as a valuable resource for pharmaceutical information.

We are a Softgel equipment supplier for the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and cosmetic industries, and have been on the site for over three years.
We have received numerous enquires from this source and would recommend the site to others.

Army Technology has really helped our drive in spreading the word across the defence market. A great tool which is leading to vehicles being sold throughout the year.

We produce fruit and vegetable ingredients for the global food industry. The assortment comprises juices, juice concentrates, purees, concentrated purees, compounds, IQF fruit, and Verifruit� (infused fruit). We have been on Food Processing Technology for two years. The company profile has helped increase our brand awareness and traffic to our website. I would recommend this service to others as a valuable resource for food processing information.

2001 was the year in which Saia Burgess Gateshead Ltd started advertising within Medical Device Developments and the relationship is as strong as ever. We continue to advertise because the publication is strongly and accurately focussed on an important market for us. Medical Device Developments has enabled us to keep our product in front of our customers and penetrate the market to a greater degree, facilitating response from new customers. We are very happy with the presentation, content and professional services delivered. Saia Burgess product portfolio includes very quiet linear motors with a reliability and precision second to none specifically designed for the critical care environment.

GSF2005 was well organised with meetings being kept on track and providing a good opportunity to meet with key decision makers. A fairly unique event!

I would like to extend my thanks to the team for making this a beautiful entry.

The event was a great success – extremely well-arranged and time very well spent, superior to other events that we have attended.

It is a very unique event and provides significant value to participants.


I am currently in the process of starting up an Airline in Europe. I am sending you this Email to request information about one of our potential aircraft types, the Embraer 170/190. We are currently talking with Embraer about becoming a potential customer for this aircraft, and we understand that this type is operated and maintained by XXXXXXXX, and as such, we wish to ask a few questions about this, as we would consider ourselves a potential customer for XXXXXXXX’s technical services.

In terms of operations, we wish to ask the following:

1. For competitive reasons,How does the cost of operating the E170/E190 compare to the A320 series aircraft?

2. Was there any problems encountered with the aircraft’s entry into service (EIS), and if so, how were these solved?

3. How good is the aircraft’s dispatch reliability?

We also wish to enquire about what maintenence services you provide for the E170/190 in terms of:

1. Engineers
2. Approximate costs for full technical support of this type
3. Spare part support
4. Heavy checks (airframe and engines)
5. Line maintenance

If there are any questions, requirements for cost analysis, or any other issues that your team has for us, please contact us on this email.



We are an EASA Part 145 approved company in the Netherlands and maintain a Cessna 501 business jet. Via our sister company XXXXXXXX at Schiphol airport we are informed about a system of Sikkens aerospace which cover/restore bounding sealing/paint cracks for instance at the top of wing areas. They tell me that these systems are used for the bigger planes. My question in this matter are you familiar with this system (flex joint bounding)and is it useable for the smaller planes like the Cessna 500? Pls can you inform me?



what is the difference between AHS-G-1619-01 Matterhorn white
and AHS-G-35-01 Matterhorn white?




We are a newly-registered airline that will be flying from London to major african cities with charter flights to start with during peak periods. Would you please quote for wet lease to the following cities from Gatwick:

1. London-Nairobi-dar el Salam-London
2. London-Nairobi-Kampala-London
3. London-Harare-London



How would we start working on getting a quote for leather refinishing of the seats in our aircraft? We have a single engine Grumman Traveler.

We already have the aviation leather hides in our color choice – 12 hides way more than we needed but we got them – each tagged with the aviation leather sticker.

We had nothing to base our cost for the project so we put aside $1,000 for the labor to redo the seats in leather.



We are looking for a quote on a ******** battery system. The application is a Morane Saulnier (SOCATA) MS-760 Paris Jet. We have a rebuildable core.



Dear Sir, Madam,
***********, based in Latvia, have an interest to buy one set of tourist class passengers seats for installation on Aircraft Airbus 320, total quantity of seats 180, estimated pitch 28″-29″, 60 blocks, 30LHS and 30RHS, estimated time of installation February 2004. It will be gratefully if we can purchase second hand seats or refurbished.



Dear Sirs,
*********** would like to purchase the following furniture equipment for the passenger cabin of Boeing-737:

Three-seater passenger seat, which can be transformed into two-seater (35 triple blocks).



European company looking tor wet lease for one year, starting as soon as possible. Aircraft required Fokker100 PAX. If available please contact the unbdersigned for full details.



5007897-2 /- 3 Wheels
dear sirs, we are looking to purchase 3 wheels with mentioned part, could you advise if available, condition and price ?



I would like to send you an inquiry for a 400 Hertz system for the ******** Airport expansion project. Please reply back as soon as possible of the possibility of your company sending me a quotation.



Are you interested in the repair/overhaul of
complete engine CF6-80c2. Present business
is going to *******.



Dear Sir/Madam:

I have a client that is interested in cabin and flight deck cctv with digital monitoring capability. They have a range of aircraft but at this stage interested in 747 compatibility. If you have these systems could you please send me technical specs and product overview info with costs. Also some background on your company. Interest may expand to Airbus series and 767 aircraft.


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