Mineral processing operations to benefit from research aimed at delivering a digital step-change in grinding mill design and performance, following the announcement of an Australian Government research grant worth more than half a million dollars.
Bradken Wodonga’s second-year Pattern Making apprentice Kyle Clarke has been honoured with the Australian Foundry Institute’s (AFI) “Foundry Achiever’s Award”
Bradken has partnered with Deakin University’s mineAlloy Training Centre to provide significant efficiency gains for mining operators through the development of customised wear resistant alloys.
Bradken CEO Simon Linge will be rugging up and braving the cold to participate in the 2019 Vinnies CEO Sleepout.
Five Townsville families affected by recent floods will soon be receiving a brand new Hitachi washing machine, thanks to the generosity of our employees.
Our first complete CAT 6060 face shovel bucket went into service in West Africa on 1 January.
Welders travel to Japan to represent Bradken at the 15th HCM International Skills Competition.