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Tenth annual Crushing & Grinding Conference

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The tenth annual Crushing & Grinding Conference will be held from 29 – 30 April 2009 at The Stamford Plaza Hotel, Brisbane. Ferret.com.au will be a media partner at the event.  

Now in its 10th year, Crushing & Grinding Conference has become an established event on the Australian mining calendar.  

As part of IIR’s Operational Excellence Series, Crushing & Grinding serves as an annual industry update, providing attendees with an opportunity to hear about technological developments and other advances in crushing, grinding and mill optimisation.  

This year’s Crushing & Grinding Conference features case studies on operational advances at: 

  • Peak Gold Mines. 
  • Pan Australia – Phu Kham. 
  • Newcrest – Ridgeway Deeps. 
Also hear from leading experts in the comminution field:   
  • Tim Mitchell, Plant Metallurgist, Peak Gold. 
  • Greg Lane, General Manager, Ausenco. 
  • Dr Sabina Gredelj, Research Fellow – Ian Wark Research Institute, University of South Australia. 
  • Dr Toni Kojovic, Research Associate, JKMRC, The University of Queensland. 
  • Damian Connelly, Principal, METS. 
  • Joe Pease, Director, Xstrata Technology. 
  • Stephen Massey, Manager, Deswik Milling. 
  • Andrew Tew, Senior Process Engineer, Ausenco. 
  • Dr Denis Yan, Senior Metallurgist, METS.  
Crushing & Grinding Conference offers an opportunity to gain essential knowledge on the most pressing issues surrounding crushing and grinding today. There has never been a more important time to maximise efficiency and minimise cost.  

This year’s Crushing & Grinding Conference includes the half day inclusive workshop, “Selection Sizing & Developing the optimum comminution circuit for your Project”, lead by comminution experts Dennis Yan and Damian Connelly. 

For the latest program updates visit: www.iir.com.au/crushing

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