AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide

For over 50 years now, AT MINERAL PROCESSING Europe has been informing engineers in Europe on developments and problem solutions in mechanical process engineering for mineral resources. All process stages, e.g. comminution and agglomeration, screening and classification, material transport and storage, are discussed with regard especially to both technical and economic aspects.


AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide is the counterpart to AT MINERAL PROCESSING Europe. It is distributed only outside Europe. With the same focus on technology and range of subjects covered, the five issues per year of AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide present information exclusively in English language. The target group of AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide are decision-makers in the field of mining and extraction (ores, potash and salt, fertilizers) industries, extraction and processing of non-metallic minerals, sand and gravel plants, other processing industries (cement, lime and gypsum) and construction waste recycling plants.


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