SPT in Austmine 2021 Conference & Exhibition
Stockholm Precision Tools had the pleasure to attend Austmine 2021 Exhibition on May 26th – 27th, 2021, with our Region Manager for Australasia, Masoud Jangani.
More than 100 exhibitors and hundreds of visitors from leading mining, mining equipment and services companies attended Austmine 2021. SPT attended as an exhibitor with the objective of letting the market know about our presence in Australia. This exhibition was the first event that SPT attended since opening its office in Australia. It presented an excellent opportunity for us to engage with the Australian mining sector and spread the news about our presence in this region.
During the exhibition, we had the opportunity to organise a few “Tech Talks” where we talked about Navibore™, our Gyro technology, and how it enables SPT to offer the fastest and most accurate borehole surveying tools on the mining sector. We showcased our leading gyro survey tool, GyroMaster™ along with Core Retriever™, and Gyro RigAligner™. Many visitors from mining companies attended our Tech Talks, showed interest in our products, specially GyroMaster™.
SPT will continue attending similar events in Australia and aim to be an active member of the METS family. We will be exhibiting at the ADIA tradeshow in October, and we look forward to presenting our new products to drilling companies.
| About Austime 2021
With over 30 years and 600 corporate members, Austmine is the leading industry body for the Australian Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector.
The Austmine Conference is the go-to event for mining leaders to connect around the strategic priorities, key innovations and emerging technologies driving a sustainable industry future.
Austmine 2021 was one of the first national opportunities for the resources industry to view, in person, the latest in mining technology since the COVID pandemic began in Australia.
| Stockholm Precision Tools at Austmine 2021
| SPT Tools showcased at Austmine 2021
A high precision survey recorded by GyroMaster™ enabled the drillers to drill S-shaped boreholes to exact target depth of 848m in frozen ground with International