SPT will exhibit its new developments and products at BRASMIN 2022
The mining industry fair will be held from May 24th to 26th at the Convention Center in Goiâna, Goiás.
SPT will be demonstrating our current and new releases to the Brazilian mining market.
SPT will be exhibitors at the next Brasmin fair in Goiàna, Goiás in Brazil. The event will be held on May 24th, 25th and 26th at the Convention Center.
We will be at exhibitor space No. 403, next to hall 2. There our SPT Brasil team, led by Alfredo Carballeira, will be pleased to welcome you and show you all our products and new releases.
The fair is configured as a space where interested visitors can keep abreast of new technologies and market trends, as well as find business opportunities and partners.
SPT will show it’s new products to the Brazilian market
This fair is an ideal space to display our wide range of current and new products to the Brazilian market.
One example is the the launch of the GyroGamma™ tool, which has revolutionized our industry. GyroGamma™ has the ability to measure formation gamma rays for geological correlation and simple mineral identification.
GyroGamma™ can be used either in combination with GyroMaster™, or independently, to perform gamma measurements.
GyroMaster™ is the reference gyroscope for mining, with it’s outstanding capability to measure dip and azimuth accurately at any angle.
Another major launch is GyroScout™; a robust, lightweight tool that allows drillers to save on costs and time to maximize project profits.
Brazil’s mining sector is growing
The mining sector in Brazil has always had a close relationship with its economy. In fact, in 2018 the mineral sector, including the mineral processing industry, accounted for 8.5% of the country’s GDP, reaching about $62.5 billion.
The main natural resources found in Brazilian are: Niobium, Iron ores, Gold, Bauxite, Copper, Manganese and Tantalite, amongst others.
Ths sector is also responsible for the creation of many jobs, both direct and indirect. In 2018, mining employed more than 600,000 people and generated US$17.7 billion in revenues.