What we do
We are an information company, working with mining-service companies (suppliers, consultants and contractors). We offer several services.
The first is a suppliers catalogue, to be launched in printed form in April 2020 and on our website in July 2020 (see opposite).
The second is a reporting service on mining projects in Australia and, where driven from Australia, overseas (see Sample Reports above).
The third is a directory of mine sites in Australia, completed in March 2020. For each site, the directory provides a brief description of the site and contact details for key people there (e.g. mining, processing and maintenance managers).
The fourth is consultancy work, ranging from providing strategic advice on particular markets, to analysing market
trends and assisting clients in pursuing specific market opportunities. A paper outlining our experience in this area over the past decade is available.
Order forms (with price details) for the first three services can be seen under Order Form above.
Source: Stephen Codrington
A suppliers catalogue for the mining industry
Join our suppliers catalogue!
The catalogue will be a major
promotional vehicle for suppliers of products and services to the Australian
mining industry. There will be both website and printed versions of the catalogue. See a typical supplier presentation below.
The website version will be launched on Thursday 2 April 2020. Prices for participation: $750 for three months, $1,350 for six months or A$2,500 for 12 months.
Those subscribing by 2 April will be offered an additional month free-of-charge.
Between April and July 2020, the printed version of the catalogue will be sent out to over 1,000 people involved in specifying and ordering products and services for operating mines and mining projects in Australia.
These will comprise key people at mine sites (April); key people at mining-company head offices (May); and engineering consultants and contractors (June).
After June 2020, we will continue to promote the catalogue in printed form.
There is no additional charge to subscribers for participation in the printed catalogue.
A TYPICAL SUPPLIER PRESENTATION
Dust-collection technology design, supply,
installation, commissioning and maintenance services, supplied
globally. The company recently commissioned dust-collection systems for
an ore-crushing facility at a silver-lead-zinc mine in Broken Hill. It has
supplied major iron-ore mines in Western Australia. And it was won overseas
work, e.g. at the Cobre copper-gold project in Panama (operated by First
Mr Trevor Baud, Managing Director, 0401 658154,
Mr Darren Edwards, Applications Manager, 03 9005 9086, email@example.com
Head office: Melbourne, Australia, 03 9005 9086, www.luehrfilter.com.au
Note: up to five personal
names can be included in any one presentation.
WHY PRINTED AS WELL AS DIGITAL MARKETING?
Printed material does not have the immediacy or search
capabilities of digital material. However, in this increasingly digital age,
printed material • stands out • is convenient to access.
The two forms of marketing complement each other.