Aramine

Aramine

a trademark for a mixed-adrenergic agonist (metaraminol bitartrate).
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2 in Sudbury to complement their fleet that includes Minetruck MT42, Scooptram ST1030, Boomer 282 and Aramine L15 miniloader, which were also showcased at the event.
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And more, according to Aramine Mbacke, the plant will directly employ 900 people and create 3000 indirect jobs.
and Aramine (Jacques) Chartier, and later lived in Worcester, MA, and Millbury before moving to Indian Orchard in 1985.
When it comes to safety in confined spaces, Aramine has a professional who specializes in ergonomics and regulations in its R&D department.
To help solve this issue, Aramine created the first diesel miniLoader with an exhaust purifier, Melkonian explained.
Two recently introduced underground mine trucks cover both ends of the size spectrum: the French company Aramine just unveiled its smallest mine truck, the T500D mineDumper designed for narrow-vein operations; while Atlas Copco rolled out its massive Minetruck 65 at MINExpo 2016.
With the launch of its battery-powered L120B miniLoader scheduled to take place at MINExpo 2016, the French company Aramine told E&MJ that it has created a real revolution in narrow-vein mining equipment.
From its headquarters in the south of France, Aramine not only offers rebuild services for underground drilling, hauling and utility equipment, but also supplies its own range of machines that are specifically aimed at the narrow-vein market.
In 2010, the Russian uranium production company, ARMZ, took delivery of a fleet of 11 L130D miniLoaders, supplied by the French company, Aramine.