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New “ABB in Mining” website

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World Coal,

ABB has developed a new website in order to provide easier access to essential information about trends in the mining industry and about its mining products, systems, solutions and services.

Mining menus are streamlined and content consolidated to make it efficient for users to find and to differentiate between ABB’s industry thought leadership viewpoints and the company’s practical applications.

The key areas where the company is sharing its outlook are convergence (Next Level mining – defining the future), safety, security, integration, productivity and reliability.

Additional categories have been added for users to browse material through the main steps in the mining value chain, such as: opencast or underground operation, crushing and conveying, grinding, processing and refining, and transportation to market. Information will be constantly updated on new products, global events and global case studies.

The website contains a new reference selector tool, enabling users to search for ABB mining references by country, product and application.

“This is a key milestone within ABB’s mining communication strategy,” commented Emmanuel Chabut, Head of Communication for ABB’s Process Industries Business Unit. “Not only have we improved the user experience, but the new structure enables us to keep continually expanding our online content in an easy to navigate format. The improvements will help our readers to remain the best informed professionals in the mining sector for the least amount of effort.”

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Edited from Press Release by Harleigh Hobbs

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