August 15, 2020, 9:24 am

Improving Equipment and People Productivity in the Mining Industry

Here is a copy of a presentation given by Sandy Dunn at the IMARC conference in September 2014.  In this presentation he talks about

  • past trends in multifactor productivity in the mining industry,
  • what mining companies are currently doing to improve productivity (and the appropriateness of those actions), and
  • a suggested pathway for future, sustainable improvements in productivity of mining equipment and people.

 

 

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