And…. Action!

Dear readers, just in time before the number of corona cases rose again, the AT MINERAL PROCESSING team, our DICE agency and a cameraman set off for Austria. We had a shooting appointment there at the SBM company. The protagonist of the film was the new JAWMAX 200® crusher (see also article from p. 10), which was recorded and staged from all sides – while already proving its strength on genuine rock material. The approximately 20-minute film will be broadcast as part of a virtual factory talk on November 12, 2020 at 2 p.m. Participation is free of charge, but registration via www.at-minerals.com/jawmax is required. After the presentation of the crusher, there will be a round of talks with Herman Almer and Helmut Haider from SBM. Participants are welcome to ask questions in writing. These will be answered either directly during the factory talk or, in any case, afterwards.

We look forward to active participation. The AT MINERAL PROCESSING team will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the organizational process of the factory talk.

And – as always – I hope you enjoy reading this current issue of AT MINERAL PROCESSING.

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