Heavy Vehicles in Mining

Venue: Mecure

Location: Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Event Date/Time: May 12, 2010
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Dear Maintenance Manager,

As the mining industry weathers the economic downturn and ramps up productivity to cater to increasing global demand for commodities, capital expenditure for vital earthmoving equipment is steadily increasing. Due to the frequent and demanding usage of heavy vehicles on mine sites, maintenance of them is vital as
it relates directly to the productivity of the mine site and safety of its workforce.

But while a new boom seems to be on the cards, the question still remains whether the industry will be able to overcome the same restrictions it has battled for centuries: skills shortages; low maintenance budgets and a constant battle over the demand and supply of spare parts.
It is Your responsibility to ensure that the required maintenance for all core equipment is completed effi ciently and within safety, environmental, quality and statutory requirements.

So how can you assist your team with the implementation of proactive
maintenance strategies to increase the reliability of the assets and ensure delivery of consistent services from contractors to the business?

Heavy Vehicles in Mining 2010 will bring together Maintenance, Planning, Supply and Contracts Departments within Mine Sites
with Heavy Vehicle Manufacturers, Component Providers and Experts to discuss key challenges in heavy vehicle maintenance and operations and help you formulate proactive maintenance strategies to ensure the security of supply and optimise safety and productivity of your mine site.

Make the most of this opportunity to share ideas and network with colleagues who share common challenges and who, like you, are eager to develop innovative strategies to align quality and cost and ensure the reliability of their heavy mobile equipment.

Be sure to confirm your place at this important industry gathering. Call (02) 9229 1000, email enquire@iqpc.com.au or visit www.heavyvehicles.com.au

I look forward to seeing you in May.

Kind Regards,

Dajana Dikic

Project Director – Heavy Vehicles in Mining 2010
Energy & Utilities


• Hear industry best practice case studies on implementing proactive maintenance strategies

• Increase fl eet up-time, compliance and mine site productivity by integrating maintenance with project management

• Extend component life by adopting condition based maintenance

• Minimise maintenance cost and fatal incidents by assessing vehicle design, automation and innovation in vehicle safety systems

• Build partnerships between OEMs to ensure security of supply to minimise total cost of ownership