- Category: MTE expos
- Published on 25 November 2016
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|Union Mine Rec Club|
|7 February 2017|
|13:00 to 17:00|
|Per stand - Excl. VAT|
|1-5 shows||R9 600|
|6-11 shows||R8 500|
|12+ shows||R7 800|
|2 x Combos||R15 100|
|3 x Combos||R19 800|
Union Mine is located in the Rustenburg district, 15km west of the Northam town in the Limpopo and North West provinces of South Africa. The mine contains platinum group metals (PMG).
The mine operates under a mining right, covering a total of 119km2 in the north-western section of the Bushveld Igneous Complex (BIC), which is proven as the richest source of PMG. The life of the Union mine extends to 2028.
Union Mine consists of three vertical shafts and three decline systems, known as 4B, 4 South and 3 South. The vertical shafts are the Richard Shaft, the Spud Shaft and the Ivan Shaft. Union Mine uses underground mining method. - - Two-thirds of underground mining is done through conventional breast stopping method with strike pillars, while hybrid mining is carried out at the declines.
- This is our 11th exhibition in the area.
- We had 320 registered visitors and
- 31 exhibitors booked at the last exhibition.