One of the unmissable events on the global mining circuit is Perumin/Extemin, a congress and fair that takes place every two years in the Peruvian city of Arequipa, where the leading mining gurus and equipment manufacturers meet for five days to exchange information and ideas.
Gathering the best in metal mining, industry and energy from all over the world, this international event is among the most important of its type, attracting leading keynote speakers, hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of brands.
One of the manufacturers in attendance in the Spanish hall was Solintal, a company from Madrid that is known throughout the world for the buckets it makes and designs, as well as its repair kits, water bowsers for mine irrigation, with capacities ranging from 20,000 to 180,000 litres, dump truck hoppers for all kinds of trucks and hauling material, as well as arms and rockers for large diggers.
Solintal has been manufacturing and exporting its equipment around the world for several decades and is approaching its 60th anniversary. In addition to its renowned range for leading international mining brands, we should also mention its range of buckets, bowsers and boxes with which it directly supplies mines and earthmoving operators. Undoubtedly, the quality, sturdiness and durability of Solintal’s products are known in all five continents.
Solintal was present at the mining fair in Arequipa, Peru with a large stand where it showed of the different products it manufactures for the mining sectors with large-scale models and images. The wide range of buckets in its portfolio, from draglines to cable excavators, front and rear diggers, made sure the stand was always full of clients, friends, interested passers-by and the simply curious.
With this stand at the mining fair in Peru, Solintal once again consolidated the international scope of its range of buckets for the mining sectors, with buckets in use in most mines around the world.
Miners and business representatives from the sector at Solintal’s stand at the mining fair in Arequipa.