Every four years thousands of mining leaders, managers and decision makers converge on one of the biggest international mining shows on earth: MINExpo, taking place on 26 – 28 September at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Nevada. This year RCT has announced it will also be exhibiting at the show.
“The theme of this year’s expo reflects RCT’s capabilities as we are an innovative Smart Technology company focused on providing proven solutions to the mining industry,” Executive Director and CEO Brett White said.
“The upcoming expo provides us with the opportunity to showcase our latest innovations helping to increase productivity at mine sites around the world. RCT has a compelling offering – we are the whole package providing an end-to-end service to our clients. It’s what makes us stand out from the crowd, we are very proud of what we do and the team are excited to share it with the world in September.” he continued.
A large group of RCT representatives will be heading to MINExpo 2016 to partake, all of who have extensive experience in the mining industry and with RCT technology.
RCT’s booth will be of particular interest to those in the industry wanting to find unique solutions to increase productivity, profitability and safety at their sites.
This includes the latest in automation technology to maximise mining equipment performance with minimum human interaction; data management solutions that deliver relevant information to ensure an efficient operation by reducing downtime and increasing the lifespan of equipment – all while safeguarding operators.
The company’s biggest drawcard will be the ControlMaster® Guidance simulator, allowing attendees to see RCT’s technology in action.
RCT will be showcasing its latest innovations helping to increase productivity and profitability at mine sites around the world at the upcoming MINExpo 2016 in Las Vegas.
Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs
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