AusIMM announces partnership with Yokogawa Australia & New Zealand
The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) is pleased to announce a new partnership with Yokogawa Australia & New Zealand to showcase technological developments and innovation to industry professionals.
As the peak body for resources professionals, AusIMM will work with Yokogawa, a global METS company, to showcase cutting-edge solutions and explore the impact of digitalisation on the industry.
The partnership will draw together expertise from Yokogawa and AusIMM to explore the complex challenges of the future resources industry across social media, webinars and online articles, providing contemporary perspectives and thought-provoking reflections on the resources sector, as well as benefitting from best practice principles drawn from other industry segments.
AusIMM CEO Stephen Durkin said that as the peak body for resources professionals, AusIMM looks forward to collaborating on key areas of mutual interest through the partnership and providing this value to members and professionals across the AusIMM network.
“Yokogawa have been operating in the Australasian market for over 30 years and we look forward to benefitting from their technical expertise and a shared vision for the development of the resources industry,” Mr Durkin said.
“Building a relationship with innovative businesses like Yokogawa is key in helping our professionals harness new opportunities for the future of the resources industry.”
Founded in 1915, Yokogawa aims to be at the forefront of innovation in the industry, operating with the knowledge of forward-thinking experts at their branches across New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Auckland and Christchurch.
Yokogawa Australia & New Zealand Managing Director Russell Palmer said he was looking forward to the opportunity to deliver beneficial advancements and further connect with the sector.
“Yokogawa Australia and New Zealand are proud to partner with AusIMM in developing automation solutions that benefit the resources sector in ensuring safe, sustainable and efficient operations,” Mr Palmer said.
“In partnering with AusIMM, we look to foster co-innovation and fulfil our obligation to develop future resources professionals and solutions.”
The partnership will be signed at the Yokogawa stand at IMARC, in front of leaders and professionals across the resources industry.