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Iran hopes to increase mineral production that can play an important role in transforming its economy. (Image source: Stafichukanatoly/Pixabay)

Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organisation (IMIDRO) has announced that the country discovered new mineral reserves, highlighting that they will play a crucial role in Iran?s economic reform

Metso began working with Rockwell Automation on a pilot program in 2015, remotely monitoring an African-based mining crusher from a location in Wisconsin. (Image source: Metso)

Metso will use Rockwell Automation?s industrial Internet of Things (IoT) platform to connect, monitor and perform analytics for its equipment and services for its mining and aggregates customers

The Oman Antimony Roaster is scheduled to be commissioned in Q4 2017. (Image source: Mark Agnor/Shutterstock)

Luxembourg-based Traxys Europe has signed contract with Oman?s Strategic and Precious Metals Processing (SPMP), a partnership that is aimed at supplying antimony-gold concentrates to the Oman Antimony Roaster (OAR), which is being constructed in the freezone of the SOHAR Port

Under the agreement, annual concentrate production of approximately 35,000 wmt will be shipped at regular intervals from the Sohar Port. (Image source: Neta623/Pixabay)

Alara Resources Limited, an Australian minerals exploration company with projects in Saudi Arabia and Oman, has signed an off-take agreement for the supply of copper concentrate from Al Hadeetha Project in Oman?s Washihi Reserve

Mehdiabad, zinc, lead and silver deposit, has 154mn tonnes of proven reserves, according to IMIDRO, which expects the reserves to reach up to 700mn tonnes once exploration is completed. (Image source: RoDobby/Pixabay)

Iran has signed a US$1bn deal with private investors to develop Mehdiabad, one of the world?s largest zinc mines, which it expects to come on stream in the next four years and produce 800,000 tonnes of zinc concentrate per year

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