With years of experience financing mining equipment, our team of finance experts will put together a lease plan that fits your specific business needs. Whether you need one drill or an entire fleet, Trust Capital has the resources you need to grow your business.
Trust Capital has a dedicated corporate financing division that works with companies and large corporations in the mining industry. We facilitate transactions ranging from $250,000 to $50,000,000 for all types of mining vehicles and equipment.
We know that your time is valuable. The loan search can be long and difficult, so Trust Capital uses a simplified application process to get you the financing that you need when you need it. Compared to traditional lenders, our advantages to you include:
Our application process is easy. Simply fill out our quick, online application and start the process of securing financing for your business. Our knowledgeable finance experts are here to assist you in obtaining an equipment financing loan.
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We have utilized our years in business, experience with mining equipment vendors, and formal resources to weed out vendors that are not well suited for our customers. To that end, we have found some very reputable, strong, and successful mining equipment vendors we are happy to share with you.
You have found The Miners Cache of Northern California, your golden nugget for Gold Mining equipment, supplies, and information in the Gold State. We have a large fully stocked showroom with a great selection of popular Placer and Hard Rock Mining equipment plus 2 to 3 dozen metal detectors from a half dozen manufacturers.
The Miners Cache carries the best equipment and supplies for gold miners of all types. We service our customers with priceless knowledge that has been earned through forty plus years of field work using most types of equipment.
We have over 40 years experience in mining and even scratched out a living as professional gold dredgers in the early thru mid 1980s. We also have over 40 years experience in the use of metal detectors and are continually expanding that knowledge.
When in our area, please visit us Wednesday thru Friday (we still mine) from 10 5 and Saturday from 10 4. (We are closed on Sunday thru Tuesday.) We also make ourselves available by appointment to all out of towners during the off hours of the week at the shop. This allows us to spend much more quality one-on-one time with our customers to better serve their needs and also allows those traveling from great distances to still visit the shop.
We are a brick and mortar retail business providing a fully stocked line of dredges (2 8 dredges available), trommels, high bankers, dive equipment, metal detectors, rock crushers, processing equipment and associated supplies to meet the needs of the professional miner as well as the novice. We have an assortment of dredges available with all the supporting equipment to meet those needs. We are also authorized stocking dealers for Garrett, Falcon, Fisher, Makro, XP Deus and MINELAB metal detectors and maintain a large supply of the most popular units to meet your immediate needs.
The Miners Cache is the Northern California resource for the beginner as well as the seasoned professional gold miner, to find the information and equipment for successful gold prospecting. Our wish is that we become a tool for your success. The Miners Cache Website is a continually growing informational resource for prospectors to make their mining experience an easier and more enjoyable one.
We are an OEM of our own exclusive hand drill. The AZ-S83F Rock Drill. We have created the drill from quality materials and combined them with the knowledge of tried and true manufacturing procedures to create an outstanding and durable drill. At this time there are none on the market to match our price and performance.
We offer quality and superiority in both product and services to top name brands of the field such as; Atlas Copco, Wagner, Gardner Denver, Ingersoll Rand, Toyo, Tamerock and many more. We are on the competitive edge of new and advanced technology in the creation, optimization and uses of parts and equipment at all times.
We furnish quality and security in our sale of goods and equipment in the forms of certifications, warranties, and return policies. Our real core value is professional expertise, provided by a combination of experience, relationships and connections in the market, discipline, smart work, hard work, confidence, and education.
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ECMDavid Brown Zambia Ltd offers a comprehensive range if gearing solutions and services to the mining industry. We are focused on understanding our customers needs and work to apply our experience and resources in Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo to deliver worldclass solutions.
ECMining Ltd, established in 1992, has developed into a group of companies that have competencies in engineering, procurement, distribution, training and servicing requirements of its mining and industrial clients in both the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.The Groups clear customer focus and commitment to continuous improvement has made it the business partner of choice for a number of Internationally renowned brands seeking growth and access into the region.Our scope of business includes mining and industrial equipment, product support for all products distributed by the group, a turnkey acid plant capability and trades commodities.
To add value to our customers, principals and business partners through a percipient understanding of the markets and business environments in which we and our customers operate. Delivering new frontiers of service, technology and support with a clear customer focus.
We provide end-to-end product and service solutions that ensure thereliability and protection of the electrical infrastructure from power station to the end point and all the sustainable power technologies in between.
Our HRC1500 ED Series II is just Simple, Durable and Efficient. The Low-emission Caterpillar C9 Tier III engines offer low fuel consumption, higher horsepower and meet Zambian exhaust emissions regulations. Increased fuel tank capacity provides more operating hours before refueling.
If there is one value we have solidly built on at ECMining, it is the key and life inspiring services that we have learnt to pass on to our customers. ECMining Ltd not only provides pre and post-sales support, but buy into full technical assistance, unsurpassed field service, maintenance and
A principal player in North Americas Bitcoin mining sector just inked a deal for a mammoth import of next generation mining equipment from Malaysia, a move in step with other North American mining companies which are scaling operations to compete with their Chinese counterparts.
Core Scientific has purchased some 17,595 Antminer s19s from Chinese ASIC chip manufacturer Bitmain. Some of the new, best-in-class machines have already been installed in Core Scientifics data centers, while the rest will come online between now and the end of September. According to the mining firm, this represents the largest shipment of Antminer s19s to the United States, as COVID-19 interrupted supply chains for the newly-introduced model in Q1 of 2020.
The company operates five mining farms, four of which are split evenly between North Carolina and Georgia and one which resides in Kentucky. Between the five of them, these data centers can juice roughly 381 MW of power to run their machines, and Core Scientific Chief Customer Success Officer Russell Cann said that they have the infrastructure to quickly expand to 450MW of power at [their] current locations.
Historically, Bitcoin mining has been highly concentrated in China. This is largely a side effect of the infrastructural footprint left by the 22,000 or so dams the Chinese government has built since the 1950s. Seeing as a not insignificant number of these sit idle and most produce an overabundance of electricity, Bitcoin miners have made demand in an otherwise demand-lagging energy market.
These Chinese miners can tap power for kilowatts on the penny. Most of these Chinese hydrodam miners can extract energy for no more than $0.02 per kilowatt-hour (for perspective, the average power cost in the United States is around $0.12 kilowatt-hour).
Since Bitcoin takes so much energy to mine, the cheaper the electricity source, the more profitable your operation will be. Since China has so much cheap electricity just waiting to be tapped, its become the center of Bitcoin mining.
But it may not be for long. As evidenced by Core Scientifics purchase, investment is heating up in North American Bitcoin mining operations. 2019 was a seminal year for North Americas Bitcoin mining sector as multiple, high-capacity projects broke ground (like Blockstreams own mining facilities and Germany-based Northern AGs expansion to the U.S.).
As new generation mining hardware from China reaches North American miners and investment capital continues to trickle into the mining sector, industry professionals expect North America to continue to eat into Chinas global hashrate share.
As part of our market monitoring efforts, were actively tracking this increased interest in growing hashrate via North American mining operations; in fact, our teams growth is based on this, Cann said.
Our view is that this rise in interest and increase in capital allocation and investment can be attributed to the growing acceptance of crypto and/or digital assets as an investment asset class as well as the favorable investing characteristics of North America; specifically, the stable geopolitical and regulatory environment, suitable climatic conditions and multiple energy sources present, he concluded.
I am a freelance journalist based in Nashville who covers Bitcoin, privacy tech, the debt bubble, and things like that. Formerly a staff writer at Bitcoin Magazine, my work has appeared in Venture Beat, The Tennessean, and Decrypt. If it wasn't already obvious, I hold bitcoin.
I am a freelance journalist based in Nashville who covers Bitcoin, privacy tech, the debt bubble, and things like that. Formerly a staff writer at Bitcoin Magazine, my work has appeared in Venture Beat, The Tennessean, and Decrypt.
Developing economies such as India and China are swiftly industrializing. With this growth come increased investments in infrastructure and heavy construction which in turn consume significant quantities of mining based commodities. For example, China accounted for more than 40% of global metal consumption in 2015, and its consumption of key base mining commodities is growing at 16% yearly. Consequently mining companies are faced with pressure to meet rising demand for quality and timely delivery of products. The solution for this is seen only in optimizing complete supply chain management by integrating and automating operations, logistics, and marketing functions of individual mining companies. Nonetheless understanding supply chain in totality is the need of the hour in the mining industry, especially of those in developing countries.
In the context of mining, supply chain extends from procurement for the quarry to selling off to the end user. Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the process of planning, implementing and monitoring the everyday operations, starting from procurement of raw materials, management and availability for production and finally the distribution of finished goods. The aim of SCM is to provide the highest level of satisfaction to the customer, through quality products and time management.
A supply chain is made up of several elements that are linked by the movement of products along it. In a supply chain, suppliers are external to the organization and can supply raw materials, partially finished and finished goods to be used in the internal manufacturing process. The organization will procure the materials required and pass these goods to production where they will, in turn, create finished goods for distribution to external customers.
In the mining industry SCM is not only a key trend driver but also unique in its application. There are 4 distinct phases of the mineral value chain, each with their own typical procurement requirements.
Exploration procurement is usually handled by the corporate office much the same as they would handle direct to project purchases. The end users create requisitions internally and purchasers complete the transactions with suppliers. For more complex purchases, such as hiring drilling contractors, a purchaser responsible for contracts or
a contract administrator would be in charge of the bid process, evaluation of suppliers, award and administration of the contract. Exploration consists of three stages itself. The following outlines the activities at each stage.
In the preliminary stage of exploration, large areas are evaluated by airborne surveys or geological surveys of the earths surface. From large maps and data, specific areas are singled out for more detailed study on the ground. Studies may involve land clearing and mineral sampling by prospectors and geologists. If valuable mineral potential is anticipated, a claim is staked, which is often then sold to a larger mining company for further evaluation and exploration.
The second stage of exploration is Detailed Analysis of a specific area. This often involves detailed mineral sampling, ground and geological surveys, mapping to determine the size and shape of the mineral deposit, drilling (often at great depths) for more samples, and environmental studies. Field camps can be established at either stage of exploration, but tend to become larger and involve more people and equipment as exploration progresses. As stated previously, the bulk of the field work would be completed in this phase. As identified in the following, drilling is the most significant expense. Items such as the camp costs run around 1% to 2% of the total project cost. To provide an example of the types of goods, services and skills required a typical budget for field exploration work is provided below.
This stage involves analysis of market, prices, product development, and financial studies as well as environmental, economic, financial, and sociopolitical risk analysis. This is used to develop prefeasibility and complete cost benefit reports.
With an EPCM contract, the contractor is notresponsible for construction, but instead responsible for design, and manages the construction process on behalf of the Mining Company. This type of contract works best for less defined projects with anticipated changes to scope
In an EPC contract, the Mining Company has a more hands off approach to the project. The EPC contractor provides the majority of the resources, and acts as a single point of contact for all parties involved. This type of contract works best for well defined projects, where the detailed engineering is complete in advance of the EPC contract getting signed.
Mining Companies will typically use their own internal procurement groups to manage procurement processes for Operations. Mining Companies focus on developing long-term supplier relationships for their Operational needs. A high percentage of recurrent spend will be setup on corporate contracts with suppliers. These are typically for a 3 to 5 year term.
Some companies have a centralized procurement group which is typically located at their corporate office. Procurement is directed and managed from a single point, encompassing targets, lines of authority and prioritization.
While there is a corporate office, Procurement is managed at the operations level with some co-ordination between procurement operations. Targets, lines of authority and prioritization tend to be controlled by the operation location rather than controlled by Corporate. Strategic savings may not be fully realized by organizations structured in this manner.
Hybrid Procurement is governed both corporately and at each site location. Procurement activities are coordinated and center-led, but with a range of activities left under operations control. The Hybrid structure allows an organization to reap the benefits of cost savings across the organization while utilizing the skills and knowledge of the local on site purchasers. Good communication across all divisions provides maximum efficiency and effectiveness regarding procurement decisions.
The closure of a mine is a multi-stage process. Shutdown and decommissioning involve the removal of equipment, the dismantling of facilities and the safe closure of all mine workings. Reclamation involves earthwork and site restoration including re-vegetation of waste rock disposal areas. The final stage of mine closure is Monitoring, which includes environmental testing and structural monitoring. This phase would involve the least expenditures relative to other phases of the mining cycle, however, there are opportunities for the supply of goods and services. Much of the remediation and long-term monitoring is done by specialized companies and people as well as opportunities for general contractors for the reclamation of the land itself involving demolition, forestation, and debris removal services.
Suppliers looking to consolidate their position in the Mining Industry need to learn who their customer is and their requirements. Mining Companies are long term customers and they are looking for long term relationships with their suppliers. The supply chain for the mining industry is accessible from various angles. Depending upon the goods or services that a supplier has to offer will best determine how to access the supply chain for this industry. Some strategies for enhancing the mining SCM are:
Most of the Mining Companies are open to new partnering opportunities. Many partnerships already exist between Mining Companies and goods or service providers. Mining Companies are looking for ways to eliminate safety concerns, and maximize reliability of equipment and services. Here are a few examples of how they are looking to address these areas:
With the large number of Potash projects underway, there is opportunity for partnering with other suppliers to maximize the value across all projects. There are a growing number of suppliers that are working together with other suppliers to meet the needs of their customers in more creative ways. For example, a manufacturing consortium may form out of a business need that cannot be met by an existing sole source supplier.
Many surveys indicate that local suppliers are not providing the level of service desired. There is a sense that local suppliers are either too busy, with no capacity, or there is a complacency or monopoly and therefore the service or support is lacking. These factors can lead to alternate sourcing, which may then lead to Global sourcing. Mining Companies tend to have a significant presence internationally; therefore they are looking for alliances with suppliers to supply all of their locations, globally. This is an opportunity for suppliers that work with the Mining Companies to recognize that if they meet and exceed the expectations of their customer, at a local level, global opportunities may follow as a result.
Bitcoin continued its dramatic plunge to $32,281 Monday morning, down 17.65% from a week earlier as some of Chinas largest bitcoin mining farms were shut down over the weekend. The bitcoin mining facilities of Sichuan Province received an order on Friday to stop doing business by Sunday, according to Chinese state media outlet the Global Times.
The Sichuan Provincial Development and Reform Commission and the Sichuan Energy Bureau issued an order to all electricity companies in the region on Friday to stop supplying electricity to any known crypto mining organizations, including 26 firms that had already been publicly identified, according to the Global Times.
It seems that some local miners were optimistic that Sichuans abundant hydroelectric energy would insulate the region from a cryptocurrency crackdown by authorities, but that optimism was obviously misplaced.
We had hoped that Sichuan would be an exception during the clampdown as there is an electricity glut there in the rainy season. But Chinese regulators are now taking a uniform approach, which would overhaul and rein in the booming Bitcoin mining industry in China, Shentu Qingchun, CEO of a Shenzhen crypto company told the Global Times.
Miners in China are now looking to sell their equipment overseas, and it appears many have already found buyers. CNBCs Eunice Yoon tweeted early Monday that a Chinese logistics firm was shipping 6,600 lbs (3,000 kilograms) of crypto mining equipment to an unnamed buyer in Maryland for just $9.37 per kilogram.
Bitcoin hasnt been the only cryptocurrency to experience a price plunge, with ethereum at $1,930, down 22.25% from a week earlier. The meme-currency Dogecoin is also down dramatically to $0.22 early Monday morning, plunging 29.74% in the past week.
How much lower will crypto prices go? No one knows for sure, of course. But ponzi schemes can run for a relatively long time before they finally collapse. Pinboards Maciej Ceglowski recently appeared on CNBC to explain how the crypto scam works.
The only question is whether bitcoin and the other digital Monopoly money has finally run its course or whether there are a few more pump and dumps left in this old horse. Dont count the bitcoin diehards out just yet.
Complete Geological Supply (CGS) is a world wide supplier of geological and mining equipment. Complete Geological Supply has been supplying geological and mining equipment for over 40 years.We offer a wide variety of geological, mineral exploration, surveying and mining supplies. We stock the largest range of soil sample bags, chip trays, and geological field equipment.
A strong supply chain is the backbone of a successful business. Regardless of your industry, close working relationships with your suppliers will streamline production timelines, minimize operating costs, and guarantee the quality of your products.
To buttress the supply chain and reinforce relationships with suppliers, most companies regularly evaluate their suppliers performance in search of inefficiencies or possibilities for further growth. These supplier evaluations are holistic assessments grounded in verifiable quantitative metrics and meaningful qualitative observations.
By examining a suppliers capacities, technological resources, delivery strategies, and general business practices, you can ensure that your partners share your priorities, and can then adjust their operations to your companys competitive benefit. In the process, you can significantly reduce your own risks, improve visibility at every stage of operations, and create greater value for your products and services.
Supplier evaluation is largely founded on data. Therefore, this should be a carefully structured process, centered on quantifiable performance indicators such as delivery times, production costs, and inventory levels. A standardized set of supplier evaluation criteria provides a necessary frame of reference with which you can assess a suppliers abilities and compare it with those of competitors.
Before evaluating a current or potential supplier, however, a company must set clear expectations for the relationship between them. At the outset, you should clearly articulate your goals so that the supplier fully understands the obligations involved and can adjust operations accordingly if needed.
While many companies can easily identify the criteria needed for a supplier evaluation, it can be a challenge to follow the practices needed to guarantee its success. The following guidelines can help your company retain its focus throughout your evaluation.
Supplier evaluations serve as invaluable tools for your business. By conducting them regularly, your company can gain greater insight into operations, proactively identify opportunities for growth, lower risks, streamline production timelines, eliminate unnecessary expenses, and bolster the performance of your suppliers. These competitive benefits cannot be overstated.
Although it should, of course, be comprehensive, supplier evaluation doesnt need to be difficult. By following the appropriate protocols, it can be a simple process for companies and suppliers alike, allowing both to better understand their strengths and shortcomings, and encouraging both to work together to build a stronger, more prosperous partnership.
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The founders of Valley Mine Service, Inc. (VMS) have been actively involved in the coal business for over five generations, providing underground mining equipment, replacement parts and service. Committed to engineering, manufacturing and distributing, VMS provides a superior alternative to traditional aftermarket channels by combining quality that meets or exceeds OEM* specifications with competitive pricing and excellent customer service.
The latest industry software and equipment and a highly skilled team of technicians, enables the Engineering Department at VMS to manufacture precision components from a large range of materials in an infinite number of varieties of part designs. Offering assistance for components at every stage in the equipment life cycle, VMS is able to efficiently provide quality components to fit your equipment needs.
With an experienced and fully trained staff, the industry know-how and extensive shop facilities and latest machinery, VMS is involved in almost every phase of deep mining equipment repair and replacement parts. Valley Mine Service, Inc. specializes in continuous haulage systems and low seam mining systems. VMS has developed a state-of-the-art facility and maintains a high-level inventory.
MacLean Engineering specializes in mobile equipment solutions based on underground mining experience, multi-discipline engineering capability, unit-of-one manufacturing expertise, and worldwide customer service and support. The company also develops the aerosol and paint can compaction and gas capture technology, and provides services to the contract manufacturing sector.MacLean has been innovating for mining equipment safety and productivity for almost 50 years, supporting customers worldwide with branches across Canada as well as in Mexico, Peru, South Africa and Australia.The latest chapter in the MacLean innovation story is the introduction of full-fleet electrification, integrating best-in-class battery and electric drive technology to deliver a safe, proven, and data-rich option for diesel-free operations in the underground environment.Get in Touch with Mechanic