The Path to Mining Execution Excellence

CIM Vancouver 2016
Mr Andrew Pyne (Dassault Systèmes Canada Software Inc.)
Mining company profits are being pressured by the uncertainty that remains in the global economy and by a cost and profitability curve that has grown tight over the past twenty years.
This is why it is critical Operational Stability – the predictability of expected mine production, costs, and performance levels – be attained. Getting there requires mining and plant processing activities function at higher levels of productivity and efficiency so that conformance plan is always realized.
The quickest avenue to improved Operational Stability begins with reducing the variability in the planning and execution of mining and processing.
This discussion will cover the comprehensive planning, optimized scheduling, and disciplined work management that is critical to success.
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