BME provides sustainable solutions and ongoing support that create value across the blasting cycle - for our partners, their workforce and the broader mining community.
While Africa underperformed somewhat with budget allocations for exploration up just 12% in 2021 to USD1.1-billion, exploration activity has at least returned to pre-Covid-19 levels and is expected to increase over the next two to three years with exciting projects in the pipeline in 2022/2023.
To achieve optimal blasting results for mining efficiency, mines need real-time data from their blasting blocks; BME’s new generation Xplolog does just that – and is being put to work at a large opencast mine in South Africa’s Northern Cape province.
While the widespread natural deserts and resources of Namibia often seem boundless, they are constantly being impacted in ways that highlight the importance of conservation and proactive management.
Mining and blasting solutions leader BME contributed significantly to the positive results announced in June by its parent company Omnia, which is listed on the JSE.