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23-rd International exhibition of machines and equipment for mining, processing and transportation of minerals
23-25 April 2019 • Crocus Expo, Moscow, Russia

Quarry-Service LLC and Bradken Resources Pty Ltd Enter in a Cooperation Agreement

Quarry-Service LLC and Australia’s Bradken Resources Pty Ltd have made an agreement of cooperation in the Russian market.
Quarry-Service LLC is Bradken’s official dealer supplying metal liners for Russian and foreign milling equipment. Assisted by Bradken’s engineering centre, Quarry-Service provides technical support at the stage of technical negotiations with potential customers, as well as throughout the entire service life cycle of the liners in order to improve their design and thus extend their service life and accelerate the process of mill relining.
Founded in 1922 in Australia, Bradken Ltd is a multi-national holding manufacturer of products for mining, energy, and railway companies. The company owns steelworks and machine-building facilities in Australia, Canada, China, United Kingdom, India, and United States. The list of Bradken’s customers and partners includes Glencore, Newmont Mining, Barrick, Newcrest, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, FreeportMcMoran, FQML,Vale, Polymetal, Russian Copper Company, KAZ Minerals, etc. Thanks to its control over foundries and mechanical engineering assets in all continents, Bradken is able to promptly meet the needs of its customers and guarantee safe deliveries.
Bradken controls a major share of the global market of engineering, manufacturing, and supply of high-quality liners for AG/SAG mills, central discharge ball mills, and trunnion-type rod mills, as well as gyratory, cone, and jaw crushers used at primary and secondary crushing stages. Bradken provides its customers with packaged solutions for the supplies of liners for milling and crushing equipment to improve its performance, shorten the downtime, and reduce maintenance costs.