2016 Lunch ‘n’ Learn seminar series: Inspiring innovation in mineral processing

Following the success in 2015 of HAVER & BOECKER Australia’s inaugural Lunch ‘n’ Learn seminar series, the processing and packing experts held another series in November 2016.

Recognising the need for mineral processing operations around Australia to work smarter, HAVER & BOECKER’s Lunch ’n’ Learn seminars aim to bring our wealth of mineral processing experience to various industry stakeholders to help facilitate innovation, best practice and project optimisation.

2016 participants and program

In November 2016, we hosted seminars for a range of industry stakeholders from around the country including Ausenco, the University of Newcastle, the University of Queensland, Rio Tinto, CSIRO, Downer, Fluor, Sibelco, Advisian and Transmin.

The seminars, presented by our in-house specialist Jan Paul Lampke, from our engineering division, focused on the economies of granulation, technology and best practice. Jan holds a diploma in mining machinery and brings over 10 years of mineral processing experience across R&D, commissioning and process management to the Lunch ‘n’ Learn table.

About Lunch ‘n’ Learn

A Lunch ‘n’ Learn seminar takes an informal and interactive workshop format. Each seminar is designed to exchange information and ideas, and to initiate collaborative discussions with stakeholders from the mining and mineral processing sectors such as mining companies, engineering consultancies and universities.

The objective is to inspire more innovative approaches to mineral processing to help operations work smarter - particularly in the current environment where efficiency and productivity is more important than ever.

The seminars take place at a venue of the participants’ choice and HAVER & BOECKER provides a delicious lunch of the participants’ choosing!

2017 program

The 2017 program is yet to be finalised but to find out more and register your interest, please contact: Gabriela Emanuele, g.emanuele(at)haveraustralia.com(dot)au.

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