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mineral processing, equipment manufacturers, ball mills, flotation, thickener - xinhai

mineral processing, equipment manufacturers, ball mills, flotation, thickener - xinhai

Xinhai devotes to providing Turn-key Solutions for Mineral Processing Plant (EPC+M+O), namely design and research - complete equipment manufacturing and procurement - commissioning and delivery - mine management - mine operation. The essence of EPC+M+O Service is to ensure sound work in every link. The model is suitable for most of the mines in the world.

Focusing on the research and development and innovation of mineral processing equipment, Xinhai has won more than 100 national patents, strives for perfection, strives to complete the combination of equipment and technology, improve productivity, reduce energy consumption, extend equipment stable operation time, and provide cost-effective services.

With Class B design qualifications in the metallurgical industry, rich in ore mining, beneficiation, smelting technology and experience, completed more than 2,000 mine design and research, not only can provide customers with a reasonable process, but also can provide customized equipment configuration.

The precious metal minerals are mainly gold and silver mines. Xinhai Mining has more than 20 years of experience in beneficiation for gold and silver mines, especially gold ore beneficiation technology. Gold craft and placer gold selection craft etc.

With Class B design qualification, it can provide accurate tests for more than 70 kinds of minerals and design a reasonable beneficiation process. In addition, it can also provide customized complete set of mineral processing equipment and auxiliary parts.

Xinhai can provide the all-round and one-stop mineral processing plant service for clients, solving all the mine construction, operation, management problems, devoting to provide modern, high-efficiency.

Through mineral processing experiment, the mineral processing flow is customized. Multiple tests are carried out in every link, and make sure the final processing flow to guarantee the successful mineral processing plant construction.

According to tailing processing technology, Xinhai has tailings reprocessing technology and tailings dry stacking. Tailings dry stacking is the self-launched tailings dewatering technology, which is the effective technology in green mine construction.

More than 2,000 mine design and research, equipment supply projects, more than 500 mining industry chain services (EPC+M+O) projects in more than 90 countries and regions around the world, we are always committed to providing you with one-stop, customized Chemical mine solution!

salt production and processing - morton salt

salt production and processing - morton salt

This is the oldest method of salt production. It has been used since salt crystals were first noticed in trapped pools of sea water. Its use is practical only in warm climates where the evaporation rate exceeds the precipitation rate, either annually or for extended periods, and ideally, where there are steady prevailing winds. Solar salt production is, typically, the capturing of salt water in shallow ponds where the sun evaporates most of the water. The concentrated brine precipitates the salt which is then gathered by mechanical harvesting machines. Any impurities that may be present in the brine are drained off and discarded prior to harvesting.

Usually two types of ponds are used. First is the concentrating pond, where the salty water from the ocean or salt lake is concentrated. The second is called the crystallizing pond, where the salt is actually produced.

Crystallizing ponds range from to 40 to 200 acres with a foot-thick floor of salt resulting from years of depositions. During the salt-making season of four to five months, brine flows continuously through these ponds. This is a saturated brine solution, containing as much salt as it can hold, so pure salt crystallizes out of the solution as the water evaporates. Natural chemical impurities are returned to the salt water source.

Morton also uses the second oldest method of producing salt underground mining. This is probably the most dramatic method of gathering salt. Large machines travel through vast cave-like passageways performing various operations.

Salt may appear in veins, as does coal. Veins are the original bedded salt deposits. Salt also may be found in domes, which were formed when Earth pressures forced salt up through cracks in the bedrock from depths as great as 30,000 or 40,000 feet; they resemble plugs of almost-circular shape a few hundred yards to a mile across. Some domes occur close to the surface. Both domes and veins are mined in a similar way. Most domes in North America are located in the south from Alabama to Texas with many out under water in the Gulf of Mexico.

To enter a salt mine, miners go down a shaft from the Earths surface to the salt bed. There are two shafts in each Morton mine one for personnel and one to lower materials and equipment into the mine, as well as to hoist the mined rock salt to the surface. The shafts also are used to deliver a constant supply of fresh air to the miners while they work hundreds to thousands of feet below the surface. Most mine shafts are lined with a concrete wall called a shaft liner.

Salt is mined by the room and pillar method. It is removed in a checkerboard pattern to leave permanent, solid salt pillars for mine roof support. Usually 45 to 65 percent of the salt is removed. The room height may average 18 feet in a bedded deposit to 100 feet in a dome mine.

Normally, the first operation is undercutting. Large machines cut a slot 10 or more feet in depth across the bottom of a solid salt wall. This leaves a smooth floor for picking up the salt after blasting.

Next, small holes are drilled into the salt wall to a depth of 10 or more feet and explosives are loaded into the drilled holes. After the work shift, the explosives are set off electrically. Several hundred to several thousand tons of rock salt are blasted and fall onto the mine floor.

Equipment is used to load and haul the salt to machines that crush and feed the salt onto a conveyor belt. The lumps are conveyed to a series of stations for crushing and additional sizing of the lumps. The salt is then placed in a storage bin to await hoisting to the surface.

The above ground processing of the rock salt consists of screening the mined salt into various marketable sizes by sorting through mechanically operated screens. When separated, each size is conveyed to its individual storage bin to await packaging for shipment or to be loaded as bulk salt into railroad cars, trucks, river barges or lake boats for shipment to customers.

Another method of salt production used by Morton Salt is the evaporation of salt brine by steam heat in large commercial evaporators, called vacuum pans. This method yields a very high purity salt, fine in texture, and principally used in those applications requiring the highest quality salt.

The first part of the operation is known as solution mining. Wells are drilled from several hundred to 1,000 feet apart into the salt deposit. These wells are connected via lateral drilling, a recently developed technology. Once the wells are connected, the solution mining operation begins: water is pumped down one well, the salt below is dissolved, and the resulting brine is forced to the surface through the other well. It is then piped into large tanks for storage.

Next, the brine is pumped into vacuum pans. These are huge closed vessels under vacuum about three stories high. They are normally arranged in a series of three, four or five, with each one in the line under greater vacuum than the preceding one. This series of vacuum pans operates on a very simple principle: Whenever pressure is lowered, the temperature at which water will boil is also lowered. For instance, under normal air pressure at sea level, water boils at 212F. But at ten thousand feet above sea level, where air pressure is much less, water boils at 194F. Vacuum pans may operate at as low as 100F.

In the vacuum pan process, steam is fed to the first pan. This causes the brine in the pan to boil. The steam from the boiling brine is then used to heat the brine in the second pan. The pressure in the second pan is lower, allowing the steam made by the boiling in the first pan to boil the brine in the second pan. The pressure is reduced still further in each succeeding pan. This allows the steam made by the boiling brine in the previous pan to boil the brine in the next pan. While the boiling operation could be done with just one pan, several pans in a row produce more salt per pound of steam, thus allowing greater energy efficiency.

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mining equipment market analysis by type (mineral processing equipment; surface mining equipment; underground mining equipment; mining drills & breakers; crushing, pulverizing, & screening equipment; and others) and application (metal mining, mineral mini

mining equipment market analysis by type (mineral processing equipment; surface mining equipment; underground mining equipment; mining drills & breakers; crushing, pulverizing, & screening equipment; and others) and application (metal mining, mineral mini

Mining Equipment Market Analysis by Type (Mineral Processing Equipment; Surface Mining Equipment; Underground Mining Equipment; Mining Drills & Breakers; Crushing, Pulverizing, & Screening Equipment; and Others) and Application (Metal Mining, Mineral Mining, and Coal Mining): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 20202027The global mining equipment market size was valued at $121,694.3 million in 2019, and is expected to reach $165,827.8 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 5.7% from 2020 to 2027. Mining equipment is used for extraction of coal, minerals, and metals from earth. Mining is an important sector of the world economy and the main products extracted during mining include petroleum, coal, natural gas, and water, in addition to various substances such as uranium, diamond, stone, rock, various chemicals, and geologically deposited substances. Mining equipment includes mining drills, earth movers, crushing equipment, dump trucks, wheel loaders, motor graders, and scrapers.The major factors that boost demand for mining equipment include increase in demand for underground mining equipment and surge in consumption of natural resources in electronics industry. Moreover, rise in need for mineral fertilizers to improve agricultural yield is expected to drive growth of the global mining equipment market. However, strict government regulations and environmental regulations on mining activities are anticipated to restrain growth of the global market. However, rise in demand for technologically advanced mining equipment is expected to provide lucrative opportunities for growth of the global market during the forecast period. The global mining equipment market is segmented on the basis of equipment type, application, and region. By type, it is categorized into mineral processing equipment (portable and stationary), surface mining equipment (articulated dump truck, crawler dozer, crawler excavator, and others), underground mining equipment (hydraulic excavators, mining dozers, underground haulers, and others), mining drills & breakers, crushing, pulverizing, & screening equipment (stationary, portable), and others. By application, it is segmented into metal mining, mineral mining, and coal mining. Region wise, the market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. Asia-Pacific is anticipated to be the largest market for mining equipment during the forecast period. India, Australia, and China are expected to be the main revenue-generating countries in Asia-Pacific.COMPETITION ANALYSISThe companies profiled in the report are AB Volvo, Caterpillar Inc., Deere & Company, Doosan Corporation, Epiroc AB, Hitachi, Ltd., Komatsu Ltd., Liebherr-International AG, Metso Corporation, and Sandvik AB.Prominent vendors such as Caterpillar, Komatsu, and Volvo CE deal in advanced mining trucks to stimulate their market growth. For instance, articulated trucks by Caterpillar offers features such as automotive style comfort, simple operation, combined service points, and extended service intervals, thereby, letting users/miners to focus on work expending less time and capital on servicing.KEY BENEFITS FOR STAKEHOLDERSThe report provides an extensive analysis of the current and emerging global mining equipment market trends and dynamics. In-depth analysis of the market is conducted by constructing market estimations for the key market segments between 2019 and 2027. Extensive analysis of the market is conducted by following key product positioning and monitoring of the top competitors within the market framework.A comprehensive mining equipment market opportunity analysis of all the countries is also provided in the report.The global mining equipment market forecast analysis from 2020 to 2027 is included in the report.The key market players within the market are profiled in this report and their strategies are analyzed thoroughly, which help understand the competitive outlook of the industry. The report also provides market share analysis for the key players in different regions and segments for 2019.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SEGMENTSBY TYPEMineral Processing EquipmentPortableStationarySurface Mining EquipmentArticulated dump truckCrawler dozerCrawler excavatorOthersUnderground Mining EquipmentHydraulic excavatorsMining dozersUnderground haulersOthersMining Drills & BreakersDrillsBreakersCrushing, Pulverizing & Screening EquipmentPortableStationary OthersBY APPLICATIONMetal MiningMineral Mining Coal MiningBY REGIONNorth AmericaU.S.CanadaMexicoEuropeThe UKGermanyFranceItalyRest of EuropeAsia-PacificChinaIndiaJapanRest of Asia-PacificLAMEALatin AmericaMiddle East AfricaKEY PLAYERSAB Volvo Caterpillar Inc. Deere & CompanyDoosan CorporationEpiroc AB Hitachi, Ltd. Komatsu Ltd Liebherr-International AG Metso Corporation Sandvik AB

CHAPTER 1:INTRODUCTION1.1.REPORT DESCRIPTION1.2.KEY MARKET SEGMENTS1.3.RESEARCH METHODOLOGY1.3.1.SECONDARY RESEARCH1.3.2.PRIMARY RESEARCH1.3.3.ANALYST TOOLS & MODELSCHAPTER 2:EXECUTIVE SUMMARY2.1.CXO PERSPECTIVECHAPTER 3:MARKET OVERVIEW3.1.MARKET DEFINITION AND SCOPE3.2.KEY FINDINGS3.2.1.TOP INVESTMENT POCKETS3.2.2.TOP WINNING STRATEGIES3.3.PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS3.4.KEY PLAYER POSITIONING3.5.MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2019 (%)3.5.1.MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT3.5.1.1.PORTABLE3.5.1.2.STATIONARY3.5.2.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT3.5.2.1.ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCK3.5.2.2.CRAWLER DOZER3.5.2.3.CRAWLER EXCAVATOR3.5.2.4.OTHERS3.5.3.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT3.5.3.1.HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS3.5.3.2.MINING DOZERS3.5.3.3.UNDERGROUND HAULERS3.5.3.4.OTHERS3.5.4.MINING DRILLS AND BREAKERS3.5.4.1.DRILLS3.5.4.2.BREAKERS3.5.5.CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, AND SCREENING EQUIPMENT3.5.5.1.PORTABLE3.5.5.2.STATIONARY3.5.6.COAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET3.5.7.METAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET3.5.8.MINERAL MINING EQUIPMENT3.5.9.NORTH AMERICA MINING EQUIPMENT3.5.10.EUROPE MINING EQUIPMENT3.5.11.ASIA-PACIFIC MINING EQUIPMENT3.5.12.LAMEA MINING EQUIPMENT3.6.MARKET DYNAMICS3.6.1.DRIVERS3.6.1.1.INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT3.6.1.2.SURGE IN CONSUMPTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY3.6.1.3.GROWTH IN NEED FOR MINERAL FERTILIZERS3.6.2.RESTRAINTS3.6.2.1.STRICT GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND TARIFFS3.6.2.2.INADEQUATE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CRUSHING & SCREENING INDUSTRY3.6.3.OPPORTUNITY3.6.3.1.RISE IN DEMAND FOR TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED MINING EQUIPMENT3.7.COVID-19 IMPACT ANALYSISCHAPTER 4:MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY TYPE4.1.MARKET OVERVIEW4.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE4.2.MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT4.2.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES4.2.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.2.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE4.2.3.1.STATIONARY4.2.3.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.2.3.2.PORTABLE4.2.3.2.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.3.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT4.3.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES4.3.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.3.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE4.3.3.1.ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCK4.3.3.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.3.3.2.CRAWLER DOZERS4.3.3.2.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.3.3.3.CRAWLER EXCAVATOR4.3.3.3.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.3.3.4.OTHERS4.3.3.4.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.4.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT4.4.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES4.4.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.4.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE4.4.3.1.HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS4.4.3.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.4.3.2.MINING DOZERS4.4.3.2.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.4.3.3.UNDERGROUND HAULERS4.4.3.3.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.4.3.4.OTHERS4.4.3.4.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.5.MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS4.5.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES4.5.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.5.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE4.5.3.1.DRILLS4.5.3.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.5.3.2.BREAKERS4.5.3.2.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.6.CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT4.6.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES4.6.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.6.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE4.6.3.1.STATIONARY4.6.3.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.6.3.2.PORTABLE4.6.3.2.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION4.7.OTHERS4.7.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES4.7.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGIONCHAPTER 5:MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY APPLICATION5.1.MARKET OVERVIEW5.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY APPLICATION5.2.METAL MINING5.2.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES5.2.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION5.3.MINERAL MINING5.3.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES5.3.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION5.4.COAL MINING5.4.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES5.4.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGIONCHAPTER 6:MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY REGION6.1.MARKET OVERVIEW6.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY REGION6.2.NORTH AMERICA6.2.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES6.2.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE6.2.2.1.NORTH AMERICA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE6.2.2.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.2.2.1.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.2.2.1.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.2.2.1.4.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.2.2.1.5.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.2.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY APPLICATION6.3.EUROPE6.3.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES6.3.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE6.3.2.1.EUROPE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE6.3.2.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.3.2.1.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.3.2.1.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.3.2.1.4.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.3.2.1.5.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.3.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY APPLICATION6.4.ASIA-PACIFIC6.4.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES6.4.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE6.4.2.1.ASIA-PACIFIC MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE6.4.2.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.4.2.1.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.4.2.1.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.4.2.1.4.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.4.2.1.5.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.4.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY APPLICATION6.5.LAMEA6.5.1.KEY MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH FACTORS, AND OPPORTUNITIES6.5.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY TYPE6.5.2.1.LAMEA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE6.5.2.1.1.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.5.2.1.2.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.5.2.1.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.5.2.1.4.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.5.2.1.5.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST FOR CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, BY SUB-TYPE6.5.3.MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST, BY APPLICATIONCHAPTER 7:COMPANY PROFILES7.1.AB VOLVO (VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT)7.1.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.1.2.KEY EXECUTIVES7.1.3.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.1.4.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.1.5.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.1.6.R&D EXPENDITURE7.1.7.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.1.8.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.2.CATERPILLAR INC.7.2.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.2.2.KEY EXECUTIVES7.2.3.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.2.4.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.2.5.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.2.6.R&D EXPENDITURE7.2.7.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.2.8.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.3.DEERE & COMPANY7.3.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.3.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.3.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.3.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.3.5.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.3.6.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.4.DOOSAN CORPORATION7.4.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.4.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.4.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.4.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.4.5.R&D EXPENDITURE7.4.6.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.4.7.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.5.EPIROC AB7.5.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.5.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.5.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.5.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.5.5.R&D EXPENDITURE7.5.6.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.5.7.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.6.HITACHI, LTD. (HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY CO., LTD.)7.6.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.6.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.6.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.6.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.6.5.R&D EXPENDITURE7.6.6.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.6.7.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.7.KOMATSU LTD7.7.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.7.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.7.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.7.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.7.5.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.7.6.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.8.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG7.8.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.8.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.8.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.8.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.8.5.R&D EXPENDITURE7.8.6.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.8.7.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.9.METSO CORPORATION7.9.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.9.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.9.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.9.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.9.5.R&D EXPENDITURE7.9.6.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.9.7.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTS7.10.SANDVIK AB7.10.1.COMPANY OVERVIEW7.10.2.COMPANY SNAPSHOT7.10.3.OPERATING BUSINESS SEGMENTS7.10.4.PRODUCT PORTFOLIO7.10.5.R&D EXPENDITURE7.10.6.BUSINESS PERFORMANCE7.10.7.KEY STRATEGIC MOVES AND DEVELOPMENTSLIST OF TABLESTABLE 01.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 02.MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 03.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR MINERAL PROCESSING, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 04.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR STATIONARY, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 05.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR PORTABLE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 06.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 07.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 08.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCK, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 09.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR CRAWLER DOZER, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 10.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR CRAWLER EXCAVATOR, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 11.SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR OTHERS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 12.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 13.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 14.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 15.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR MINING DOZERS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 16.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR UNDERGROUND HAULERS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 17.UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR OTHERS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 18.MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 19.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR DRILLS & BREAKERS, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 20.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR DRILLS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 21.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR BREAKERS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 22.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 23.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 24.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR STATIONARY, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 25.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, FOR PORTABLE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 26.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE FOR OTHERS, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 27.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 28.METAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 29.MINERAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 30.COAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 31.MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY REGION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 32.NORTH AMERICA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 33.NORTH AMERICA MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 34.NORTH AMERICA SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 35.NORTH AMERICA UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 36.NORTH AMERICA MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 37.NORTH AMERICA CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 38.NORTH AMERICA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 39.EUROPE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 40.EUROPE MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 41.EUROPE SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 42.EUROPE UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 43.EUROPE MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 44.EUROPE CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 45.EUROPE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 46.ASIA-PACIFIC MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 47.ASIA-PACIFIC MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 48.ASIA-PACIFIC SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 49.ASIA-PACIFIC UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 50.ASIA-PACIFIC MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 51.ASIA-PACIFIC CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 52.ASIA-PACIFIC MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 53.LAMEA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 54.LAMEAMINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 55.LAMEASURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 56.LAMEAUNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 57.LAMEA MINING DRILLS & BREAKERS EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 58.LAMEA CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, & SCREENING EQUIPMENT REVENUE, BY SUB-TYPE, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 59.LAMEA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET REVENUE, BY APPLICATION, 20192027 ($MILLION)TABLE 60.AB VOLVO: KEY EXECUTIVESTABLE 61.AB VOLVO: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 62.AB VOLVO: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 63.AB VOLVO: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 64.CATERPILLAR: KEY EXECUTIVESTABLE 65.CATERPILLAR: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 66.CATERPILLAR: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 67.CATERPILLAR: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 68.DEERE & COMPANY: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 69.DEERE & COMPANY: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 70.DEERE & COMPANY: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 71.DOOSAN CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 72.DOOSAN CORPORATION: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 73.DOOSAN CORPORATION: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 74.EPIROC AB: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 75.EPIROC AB: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 76.EPIROC AB: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 77.HITACHI, LTD.: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 78.HITACHI, LTD.: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 79.HITACHI, LTD.: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 80.KOMATSU LTD: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 81.KOMATSU LTD: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 82.KOMATSU LTD: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 83.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 84.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 85.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 86.METSO CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 87.METSO CORPORATION: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 88.METSO CORPORATION: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOTABLE 89.SANDVIK AB: COMPANY SNAPSHOTTABLE 90.SANDVIK AB: OPERATING SEGMENTSTABLE 91.SANDVIK AB: PRODUCT PORTFOLIOLIST OF FIGURESFIGURE 01.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, 20192027FIGURE 02.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET: KEY PLAYERSFIGURE 03.TOP INVESTMENT POCKETSFIGURE 04.TOP WINNING STRATEGIES, BY YEAR, 2017-2020* (%)FIGURE 05.TOP WINNING STRATEGIES, BY DEVELOPMENT, 20172020* (%)FIGURE 06.TOP WINNING STRATEGIES, BY COMPANY, 2017-2020* (%)FIGURE 07.MODERATE-TO-HIGH BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERSFIGURE 08.HIGH BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERSFIGURE 09.LOW THREAT OF SUBSTITUTESFIGURE 10.HIGH THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTSFIGURE 11.MODERATE COMPETITIVE RIVALRYFIGURE 12.KEY PLAYER POSITIONINGFIGURE 13.PORTABLE MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 14.STATIONARY MINERAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 15.ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCK MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 16.CRAWLER DOZER MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 17.CRAWLER EXCAVATOR MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 18.OTHERS SURFACE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 19.HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 20.MINING DOZERS MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 21.UNDERGROUND HAULERS MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 22.OTHERS UNDERGROUND MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 23.MINING DRILLS MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 24.MINING BREAKERS MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 25.PORTABLE CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, AND SCREENING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 26.STATIONARY CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, AND SCREENING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 27.COAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 28.METAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 29.MINERAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 30.NORTH AMERICA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 31.EUROPE MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 32.ASIA-PACIFIC MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 33.LAMEA MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET SHARE, 2019 (%)FIGURE 34.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET: DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, AND OPPORTUNITIESFIGURE 35.IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON COMMODITY PRICESFIGURE 36.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY TYPE, 20192027FIGURE 37.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 20192027FIGURE 38.GLOBAL MINING EQUIPMENT MARKET, BY REGION, 20192027FIGURE 39.AB VOLVO: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 40.AB VOLVO: NET SALES, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 41.AB VOLVO: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 42.AB VOLVO: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 43.CATERPILLAR: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 44.CATERPILLAR: NET SALES, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 45.CATERPILLAR: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 46.CATERPILLAR: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 47.DEERE & COMPANY: REVENUE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 48.DEERE & COMPANY: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 49.DEERE & COMPANY: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 50.DOOSAN CORPORATION: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 51.DOOSAN CORPORATION: REVENUE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 52.DOOSAN CORPORATION: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 53.DOOSAN CORPORATION: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 54.EPIROC AB: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 55.EPIROC AB: NET SALES, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 56.EPIROC AB: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 57.EPIROC AB: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 58.HITACHI, LTD: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20182020 ($MILLION)FIGURE 59.HITACHI, LTD.: REVENUE, 20182020 ($MILLION)FIGURE 60.HITACHI, LTD.: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2020 (%)FIGURE 61.HITACHI, LTD.: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2020 (%)FIGURE 62.KOMATSU LTD: REVENUE, 20182020 ($MILLION)FIGURE 63.KOMATSU LTD: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2020 (%)FIGURE 64.KOMATSU LTD: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2020 (%)FIGURE 65.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 66.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: REVENUE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 67.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 68.LIEBHERR-INTERNATIONAL AG: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 69.METSO CORPORATION: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 70.METSO CORPORATION: REVENUE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 71.METSO CORPORATION: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 72.METSO CORPORATION: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)FIGURE 73.SANDVIK AB: R&D EXPENDITURE, 20172019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 74.SANDVIK AB: NET SALES, 20182019 ($MILLION)FIGURE 75.SANDVIK AB: REVENUE SHARE, BY SEGMENT, 2019 (%)FIGURE 76.SANDVIK AB: REVENUE SHARE, BY REGION, 2019 (%)

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