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    IronPlanet | Login,  · - Receive inventory updates & exclusive offers - Add items to your watch list - View recently sold items - Make purchases - Get financing through Ritchie Bros. Financial ServicesTrafigura Mining Group | Trafigura,  · Brazil's iron quadrangle In Brazil, the Mining Group along with Mubadala, has acquired the Tico-Tico and Ipe iron ore mining and processing assets from the creditors of MMX Sudeste. The assets represent an opportunity for Trafigura to expand in the ferrous mining business and will complement the Porto Sudeste port business also jointly controlled by Impala Terminals and Mubadala.IMR AG Group To Set Up Steel Plant In YSR District,  · IMR officials said their activities in iron ore, coal and gold mining extended to Indonesia, South Africa, Mexico, Columbia, Italy, Ukraine, besides India.The company was into power and steel production as well.Steel plant: Swiss firm plans steel plant in Kadapa district,  · The state government also entered into an agreement with National Mineral Development Corporation for supply of iron ore for the proposed steel plant, with a capacity of three million tonnes. Now, the Swiss firm has come up with a new proposal for setting up the steel plant that could be the second in the district, official sources said.Kumba Iron Ore,  · Kumba Iron Ore is an iron-ore mining company in South Africa.It is the fourth largest iron-ore producer in the world and the largest in Africa. History Kumba Iron Ore is a successor of Kumba Resources. Kumba Resources was listed on the JSE in 2001. Kumba ....

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    Nokeng: Mining fluorspar hills,  · The material is fed through the primary crusher on the western side of the D567 bitumen road that dissects the mining area from the processing plant. Once through the crusher, a 300m long belt conveys the crushed rock in a tunnel underneath the road and delivers it to the secondary crusher, which is located east of the road.Antarctica: Mining, Minerals and Fuel Resources,  · Known metalliferous fold belts that are found in Australia, Africa, and South America seem to have continuations in this continent according to the general principles of plate tectonics. The possible resources include silver, copper, gold, nickel, platinum, iron ore, chromium, cobalt, molybdenum, zinc, manganese lead, titanium, nickel, and uranium.