Mining Industry to Focus on Operational Efficiency Improvement, Expects Kable in Its New Report Available at

27 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Improvement of operational efficiency, company finances’ strengthening and expansion in the current market are expected to become the key priority for mining industry players due to the slipping demand, increasing market uncertainty as well as pricing pressures.

The number of M&A is expected to increase significantly given prominent growth opportunities offered by such emerging markets as India, South Africa and China.

Developed markets like the USA, Canada and Australia, in the meantime, are expected to be important regions for growth.

Metal mining and coal are set to be leading revenue contributors for the Latin American mining industry in the upcoming years.

Development of new products and IT infrastructure is likely to experience a significant/notable increase in the near term.

Procurement services are expected to be major expenses for companies active in Europe in 2017, while Latin America is set to be the major revenue contributing region for the market for mining equipment in 2016.

New research report “Mining Industry Business Outlook and Procurement Report May-October 2016” elaborated by Kable offers a comprehensive guide to the global mining marketplace. The study starts with a detailed business outlook. It limelights strategic business priorities and focuses on markets that have significant growth potential.

The report looks at growth potential developed markets have and concentrate on M&A. The research study projects capital expenditures and casts light on procurement budget trends. It contains details on highest revenue contributing regions and information on major mining applications.

The research study outlines most mining equipment types and canvasses major business priorities, as well.

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