In an age of transient labour and a chronic skills shortage, Manroc has cultivated a collegial and open-door culture that’s bred loyalty among many long-term employees, some spanning three generations.
Learn what the mining world has to say about Manroc!
Manroc has carved out a niche as the world leader in raise excavation, which is part of the Alimak mining method. Simply put, Alimak mining is a method developed specifically for excavating narrow veined ore bodies. Manroc leverages innovative methods and equipment to successfully extract previously uneconomic or inaccessible ore reserves while increasing safety, lowering production costs, boosting productivity, and decreasing cycle times for their global clients. When clients are in need of safe, low-cost mining techniques that yield high tonnage and low dilution results, they turn to Manroc.
As Canadian mining companies continue to prosper from high mineral prices, more technically-challenging mining projects have become attractive.
Raise climbing brings production gains to Canadian companies
Golden Star Resources (GSR) has sealed a three-year deal with Canadian mining contractor, Manroc Developments Inc. (Manroc), to provide specialised mining equipment and training to local staff in the company’s underground mine at Prestea in the Western Region.
The price of metals often dictating the ebb and flow of the mining industry, Katie Simoneau has reason to be bullish about prospects for Manroc Developments Inc.
Manroc Developments Inc. (Manroc) is a world leader in Alimak mining and the only contractor of its kind in Canada to continuously pursue new technologies and applications relating to narrow vein horizontal stope mining.
The event, which showcases and promotes mines from across the region, was held on Saturday, June 22 at Marina Park.