Hexagon’s mining division has been retained for a multi-solution project for fleet management and more at the Toka Tindung gold operation in Indonesia.
The scope of the project, which will be completed in phases, includes Hexagon systems fleet management, operator awareness, blast monitoring and enterprise analytics. Implementation has begun and will extend through October.
Financial details of the deal were not released.
“We look forward to building our relationship with PT Archi Indonesia as it further develops the potential of Toka Tindung,” said Shane Boak, business manager and general manager sales for Hexagon’s mining division.
The open-pit mine in North Sulawesi, operated by PT Archi Indonesia subsidiaries, is considered one of the largest gold producers in Indonesia and southeast Asia, producing eight tonnes of gold annually over the last three years.
Toka Tindung first began commercial development in April 2011. It is now undergoing and expansion to increase capacity from 2.1 million tonnes to 3 million tonnes per year.
Source: Hexagon Mining