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MEI Online: Gravity Concentration: Latest News: May 14th 2004

 
    

:: Falcon Continues to Expand  

Since the huge endorsements of Falcon's technology at Bajo Alumbrera in Argentina and Telfer Mine in Australia, Falcon has won considerable respect from many of the mining companies around the world. Some of the major orders Falcon has received during the first quarter of 2004 are:

Goldfields - St. Ives Project - This order was won by Western Process Equipment in Australia comprising of two Falcon SB2500SE'and a single SB1350SE. St. Ives is going to become the third largest gold mine in Australia with the number 1 being Telfer where the six SB5200SE's will be commissioned in August this year.

Nevsun - Tabakoto Project - to be installed in Mali, West Africa. The order was for a single Falcon SB2500. This is Falcon's first unit into Mali. The complete plant design and erection is being done by Metallurgical Design and Management (MDM) based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Randgold - Loulo Project - comprising of two Falcon SB2500SE units to be installed in Mali, West Africa. This project is also being designed and engineered by MDM in South Africa.

Neumeier Project - comprising of three Falcon SB250's to be installed on small gold operations in Mexico.

Shamva Gold Mine - Won by Falcon's longest standing distributor, Minequip, based in Harare, Zimbabwe, a third Falcon SB750 was delivered to Shamva Gold Mine. Falcon has a long history with Shamva that goes back to 1996 when they installed two of the first Falcon SB21's (later superceded by the SB750 in 2000). The SB750 will work in conjunction with the two SB21's.

Stawell Gold Mine - The SB1350SE will be installed in Victoria, Australia.

 

   

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