BME Australia Gears Up for Growth with Local Manufacturing
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BME Australia Gears Up for Growth with Local Manufacturing

BME, a worldwide leader in blasting and explosives, is strengthening its presence in Australia with a strategic plan to expand local manufacturing. This move aligns with BME’s overall growth strategy to leverage Australia’s position as a major mining nation.

BME Celebrates Advancements in Explosives Technology at Global Event
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BME Celebrates Advancements in Explosives Technology at Global Event

Companies in the blasting and explosives sector seized opportunities presented by the Covid-19 pandemic to modernise and enhance their technologies. In this article, Omnia group company BME – with decades of investment in this space – shares news and insights gained from the recent International Society of Explosives Engineers event, held in Savannah, Georgia.

Blasting Shows African Mines the Power of Positive Disruption
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Blasting Shows African Mines the Power of Positive Disruption

With great excitement for the upcoming Investing in African Mining Indaba in 2024, the theme of ‘positive disruption’ is significant, especially in the context of mine blasting and explosives. BME is at the forefront of developing new blasting technologies that will shape Africa’s future by focusing on safety, sustainability, and productivity.

BME’s smart, safe technology for loading blastholes
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BME’s smart, safe technology for loading blastholes

BME, a leading provider of explosives and blasting solutions, is transforming the mining industry through its smart technology innovations. The company’s mobile manufacturing units (MMUs) are now equipped with advanced automation features, powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence. This integration of smart technology enables real-time data monitoring and analysis, optimizing the loading of bulk emulsion into blastholes.

Towards electronic blasting systems
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Towards electronic blasting systems

In their quest to improve productivity, safety and efficiency, local quarries are fast turning to electronic detonation systems, moving away from the traditional pyrotechnic methods. Leading mining explosive and blasting technology supplier, BME, reports increased uptake of electronic detonators in the South African quarrying sector, with an annual conversion rate of 12-14%.

BME’s Global Expansion and Cutting-Edge Technologies Featured in Mining Review
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BME’s Global Expansion and Cutting-Edge Technologies Featured in Mining Review

In a recent feature in Mining Review Africa, the impressive growth and achievements of Omnia Group company BME were highlighted. Originally launched in South Africa almost forty years ago, BME has expanded its footprint across the globe, establishing itself as a leading supplier of cutting-edge explosives technology and services.