Maximise productivity in a complex landscape
In today’s shifting economic and political landscape, the mining sector is faced with new and complex challenges. Companies need to navigate an uncertain operating environment weighed down by newly introduced taxes and legislative obligations; skill shortages; low productivity; falling commodity prices and pressure to increase throughput to meet growing demand.
More than ever before, mining companies must prioritise their operational performance. Only then can miners extract maximum value and drive productivity.
Questions you might have
In order to navigate today’s increasingly complex and difficult environment, miners need to improve existing processes, systems and tools.
Have you ever found yourself asking:
- How can we can effectively measure and fast-track productivity?
- How can we drive faster and more seamless day-to-day production?
- How can we bring about positive cultural change and retain a skilled workforce?
How we help
As a trusted partner and advisor for miners, Newport Consulting drives operational excellence across the enterprise. We partner with clients to navigate the complex operational maze they find themselves in, delivering measurable and sustainable outcomes with confidence. Our team of mining specialists bring extensive experience and technical expertise to every client project, fast-tracking your productivity both now and in the future.
At Newport, we help miners achieve operational excellence at every level. We partner with you to drive seamless day-to-day production, nurture talent and foster an energetic workplace culture. Over the years, we have conducted numerous operational improvement projects in underground coal, open cut coal, open cut iron ore, open cut nickel, underground nickel and open cut gold. We have also assisted in increasing output at processing plants in all of the above industries.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you achieve operational excellence at your mine site through a focus on management systems, behaviour and cultural change and active supervision.