Engineering solutions company Stark Resources has entered into a three-way partnership that provides African mine owners and operators with a novel integrated approach to achieving chemical free fine mineral separation.
Stark Resources believes that combining its processing expertise with Quiver’s access to the African mining market and Mineral Technologies’ world-class spiral separator technology will accelerate the achievement of chemical free fine mineral separation on the continent.
Commenting on the partnership, Stark Resources co-founder and CEO, Geoffrey Madderson, said: “Our partnership will enable mine owners and operators to maximise resource utilization and minimize waste.
“We will achieve this by providing them with an optimised integrated combination of people, processes and technologies.
“By taking the world’s best spiral separator equipment, utilising it within our mining process design and combining it with Quiver’s deep market knowledge, we aim to transform the African mining industry.
“We see this as very much the beginning of our partnership and our ambition is to take our novel approach to achieving chemical free fine mineral separation worldwide as soon as possible.”
Part of Stark Resources’ stated vision is ‘in a world where mining is essential, we want to do as little harm to the world as possible, using every opportunity to reduce negative impacts.’ The company believes the partnership is proof of Stark Resources making its vision a reality.
James Agenbag, Quiver’s regional sales manager in Africa, added: “We are excited to announce our partnership with Stark Resources which allows us to provide the world’s most trusted fine mineral separation equipment to their customers.”
Stark Resources is headquartered in England and has offices in South Africa, Botswana, Germany, Australia and Brazil.