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Rory Bamford welcomes guests Julie Courchesne, Technical Sales at Nuera Industriel, and Carl Bouchard, National Sales Director at Fenner Dunlop Americas. Julie shares her background in conveyor belts, having transitioned from lightweight to heavyweight applications in the mining sector. Carl’s expertise complements Julie’s, as Fenner Dunlop manufactures belts and collaborates closely with distributors like Nuera Industriel.
The conversation revolves around innovative solutions in the mining industry. Julie and Carl discuss the game-changing “bulletproof belting,” Kevlar-infused conveyor belts that offer exceptional puncture resistance, ensuring minimal downtime and increased productivity. The discussion highlights the technical collaboration between Julie’s hands-on expertise and Fenner Dunlop’s advanced technology.
Education’s pivotal role in the industry is emphasized as Carl and Julie stress the importance of understanding technical aspects when choosing conveyor belts. Fenner Dunlop’s focus on educating distributors and customers ensures informed decision-making based on data rather than appearances.
The episode showcases the profound impact of innovative technology and collaborative efforts in enhancing mining operations through advanced conveyor belt solutions. To gain insights into this transformative technology and its applications, watch the full interview.
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Mining Now is a joint mining podcast and web series produced by CIM/ICM and Crownsmen Partners. Join us to learn about the latest innovations in operating mines to increase energy efficiency and production. We look into modern mining and processing equipment including autonomous vehicles and IOT technology. Experts tackle everything from skilled labour shortages to team building to meeting evolving safety regulations. This is the mining of today that will shape the mines of tomorrow.