IHC Mining

Smitweg 6 2961 AW Kinderdijk the Netherlands

About IHC Mining

IHC Mining’s parent company Royal IHC is the global market leader for efficient dredging and mining vessels and equipment – with vast experience accumulated over decades – and a reliable supplier of custom-built ships and supplies for offshore construction. Royal IHC has in-house expertise for engineering and manufacturing, as well as providing life-cycle support. The company’s broad customer base includes dredging operators, oil and gas corporations, offshore contractors and government authorities. Technological innovation is the company’s underlying strength through its continuous investment in research and development.

IHC Mining is Royal IHC’s division that provides integrated solutions for the onshore, nearshore and deep-sea mining market. It offers advisory services and in-depth studies to determine the overall technical and economic viability of the project. It designs, builds and supplies innovative mining vessels and advanced equipment ranging from mining dredgers and crawlers, slurry transport systems and mineral separation plants to plant automation and control systems. The experienced IHC Mining team consists of geologists, engineers (mechanical, mining, geotechnical, processing and environmental), technicians and other specialists. Each of its locations in South Africa, Australia and The Netherlands is a centre of excellence, employing experts from all around the world. With the establishment of a dedicated mining division, Royal IHC has demonstrated a long-term commitment to the international mining industry. During operation, IHC Mining provides life cycle support, resulting in optimal use of equipment at minimum costs. With an extensive track record, the company has achieved supplying customers with a greater return on investment, while helping to decrease the environmental impact of the customer’s activities.

Role in the Project

Improvement of the collector and leader of WP0

EIT RawMaterials - Connecting matters

This project has received funding from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, EIT Raw Materials under Project Agreement 18138. 

The Blue Harvesting project spans three years, running from April 1st, 2019 to December 31st, 2022.

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