Skip to main content

Metso rejigs minerals services business

Published by
World Cement,


Finnish engineering company, Metso, is to split its mineral services business area, which serves the aggregates industry, as well as mining and recycling customers, into two separate business areas: Minerals Services and Minerals Consumables.

The new Minerals Services business will consist of spare parts and service solutions, as well as supporting distribution and repair centre infrastructures, Metso said in a press release. The Minerals Consumables business will focus on wear part businesses, together with the foundries and other manufacturing operations, as well as supply chain infrastructure.

The Minerals Capital business segment will remain responsible for the sale of large capital equipment, such as the company’s mobile and static crushers and screens.

“The new structure will allow a natural split of the services business and a clearer focus to drive further growth for services in close co-operation with the minerals equipment businesses,” said Nico Delvaux, President and CEO of Metso.

The heads of the new business areas are expected to be names in the near future, the company said, and will report to Delvaux, joining Metso’s Executive Team. The new structure will come into effect at the beginning of 2018.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/18082017/metso-rejigs-minerals-services-business/

You might also like

 WCT2020

WCT2020

WCT2020 provides a unique online forum for cement industry professionals to hear first-hand from experts through a series of exclusive presentations from cement producers and industry experts.

Find out more and register for the series »

 

 Spotlight

World Cement Spotlight with Rockwell Automation

World Cement Editor, David Bizley, sat down with Michael Tay, Advanced Analytics Product Manager at Rockwell Automation to discuss his recent article in World Cement.

Entitled ‘Smooth Sailing’, this article explains how machine learning can help save energy, reduce downtime and predict equipment failures, thus enabling the smooth running of cement plant operations.

Watch the interview now »

 
 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

Aggregates news