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In 1920, the company developed the Model 206 – a crawler-propelled power shovel equipped with a ¼ cubic yard dipper – the first highly successful P&H earthmoving platform, propelling the company into the construction and mining industries. During World War II, the company focused on making shovels for iron ore, copper, bauxite, coal and other mining applications that supported the war effort, cementing P&H’s place in the mining industry.

In 1954, the company rolled out the Model 1800 electric mining shovel, equipped with electronic control, centralized AC motor drive, and nominal eight cubic yard dipper capacity. This model became so popular in the mining industry that the shovel became known as the “Pride of the Pit.”

In 1988, the walking dragline product line of Page Engineering - the creators of the first practical dragline in the industry - was acquired. With this start, the company was able to fully understand the high-capacity needs and expectations of walking dragline operations, allowing it to develop the ideal dragline: the 60 cubic-meter-class P&H 9020 which quickly garnered orders from Australia and Canada.

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In 1991, the Gardner-Denver line of large production drilling rigs was acquired. After significant upgrades, the product line evolved into a full line of blasthole drills that are the most powerful and reliable drills in the market, handling difficult operating environments such as arctic conditions, high altitude, and weak power grids with ease

The company also quickly became known for its robust electric rope shovel product line. The 4100 series introduced significantly greater payloads and ease-of-maintenance features that eclipsed all other shovels in the marketplace.  The launch of the 4100C BOSS, with its special crawlers, created a shovel that was perfect for the growing oil sands operations in Canada. Later, an in-pit crushing and conveying system was introduced – featuring a mobile mining crusher that matches the shovel’s capacity and robust crushing-conveying technology – representing an exciting new material handling strategy option for mines.  This mining system uses far fewer trucks, resulting in up to 30% less equipment and consumable costs

india-mining& mineral processingequipment

India possesses significant mineral resources, ranking among the top ten global producers of mica, barites, coal and lignite, iron ore, chromite, bauxite, and manganese.  According to the Ministry of Mines, India mined 95 different minerals from 1,405 mines and produced an estimated $17 million in minerals (excluding atomic minerals) during the fiscal year of April 2018–March 2019.  Coal production leads the Indian mining industry, accounting for 78 percent of total mineral sector production.  India’s coal reserve is estimated at 301.5 billion tons (10 percent of global reserves).  The country produced 728.72 million metric tons (MMT) of coal during April 2018-March 2019.  Although the official target for April 2019-March 2020 was set at 810 MMT, actual production only reached 729.10 MMT.  As in past years, many mining projects across the country faced delays caused by government decision-making, ongoing court cases, or environmental, regulatory, and land acquisition issues.  The COVID-19 pandemic has slowed mining company operations in 2020, and the industry has faced supply chain issues and import challenges. 

India allows 100 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) for the exploration and mining of non-core minerals like gold, silver, and diamonds, as well as in oil exploration, captive mining of coal and lignite, and coal processing (washing and sizing).  To meet energy demand, India plans to upgrade the equipment and technology used in many of its mines, particularly in the coal sector.  In 2020, the Indian Government passed an ordinance allowing commercial mining of coal in India and removing all restrictions on end-use of mined coal.  The ordinance also removed barriers of required experience for companies to participate in coal block auctions. 

The most attractive niche sector for U.S. exports is in high-end, specialized coal mining equipment.  India’s coal mining industry accounts for 80 percent of its demand for mining equipment, especially equipment used in open-pit mines, which account for 90 percent of India’s coal mining operations.  With India’s new coal block allocation process initiated in 2018, and the healthy procurement budget allocated to Coal India in 2019 for the purpose of modernizing its equipment, we anticipate steady growth in the mining industry and a higher demand for new mining equipment in the near term.  Although China has been the primary foreign supplier of mining equipment in recent years, ongoing political tensions between India and China may open the market to give U.S. suppliers the chance to regain lost market share of India’s imports

Coal India LimitedThis link will direct you to a non-government website (CIL) is the single largest coal producer in the world, operating 364 mines (166 underground, 180 opencasts, and 18 mixed), and is directly administered by India’s Ministry of CoalThis link will direct you to a non-government website.  CIL  oversees the activities of the Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Ltd.This link will direct you to a non-government website, which acts as a centralized planning organization assisting in mining operations and design.  Currently CIL has 121 ongoing coal mining projects which are under different stages of implementation.  In 2019, CIL approved an additional 20 coal mining projects, bringing a total capacity of 87.81 MMT per annum and total capital investment of $1640 million.  CIL produced 602 MMT of coal from April 2019-March 2020, compared to 606 MMT mined during the previous year.  It also operates 16 coal washeries (12 coking and 4 non-coking) and will be setting up 18 new washeries to increase the supply of washed coal. 

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To enhance production, CIL seeks to improve railway links, modernize equipment for higher capacity mining (e.g. exploration augmentation, operator independent truck dispatch systems, continuous miner technology, long wall technology), and increase coal washing operations.  In the next five years, CIL plans to introduce 26 continuous miners in 19 mines and 2 longwall miners in 2 mines, for which proposal reports are undergoing the approval process.  In the next three years, CIL plans to procure 6 draglines, 31 shovels, 300 dumpers, and 47 bulldozers.  Coal India TendersThis link will direct you to a non-government website provides the current tender announcements by CIL, as well as an explanation of the procurement process.

Apart from CIL, several other public and private entities procure mining equipment.  In South India, Singareni Collieries Company LimitedThis link will direct you to a non-government website, jointly owned by the Government of Telangana and Government of India, produces about 62 MMT of coal from 18 opencast and 27 underground mines.   In Tamil Nadu, NLC India LimitedThis link will direct you to a non-government website produces 30 MMT of Lignite from four open cast mines.  In the private sector, Tata SteelThis link will direct you to a non-government website continues to be a major buyer of equipment for its captive coal and iron ore mines in Jharkhand.  India’s private sector power utility companies like Reliance Power, CESCThis link will direct you to a non-government website, Jindal Steel and PowerThis link will direct you to a non-government website, and Tata PowerThis link will direct you to a non-government website are also working on projects to develop, own, and operate captive coal mines which will require the latest technologies and equipment. 

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