Fuelling equipment and technology company Gilbarco Veeder-Root Middle East and Africa is at the Electra Mining Africa exhibition this week in Johannesburg, South Africa, being held from 5-9 September. Since 1865, Gilbarco has manufactured fuelling solutions and will be showcasing some of its industrial and mining solutions at the exhibition.
This includes its integrated fleet, fuel and asset management reporting platform – dataFLEX360, “providing easy to use reporting dashboards for commercial and industrial fuel management reporting needs. It allows for seamless integration with OEM telematics data being generated by the HME category of assets, connecting to OEM platforms, and extracting relevant fleet information to integrate into reporting.”
It will also be highlighting its fuel dispensers, and on display is the Frontier Series I F160. “The Frontier Series I offer functional and reliable high hose and low hose models in single and dual configurations. Models are available as a suction or pressure type, and use rugged Gilbarco Veeder-Root global components, making them dependable even in harsh field conditions.” The company says Series I is offered in Standard Flow-40LPM and High Flow-80LPM options. “Low throughput sites or cost-efficient independent owners find Series I low hose model best suited for their needs. It offers excellent value on price, functionality, and reliability.”
“By understanding the challenges that our customers face, we can meet their needs with adaptable and expandable solutions. Our range of solutions are designed to maximise uptime and profitability the lowest cost of ownership and best integration possible,” says Sean McQuade, Marketing Director Middle East and Africa. “Due to the pandemic, this event was suspended, and we are excited to be participating in this year’s exhibition while showcasing our time-tested and future-approved solutions for the mining industry.”
Rumisha Motilal, Commercial Director – Mining & Industry, Middle East & Africa at Gilbarco Veeder-Root will be taking a keynote speech on 6 September, focusing on ‘Digitalisation of the Mining Industry’ in which he will provide an overview of digital innovations relevant to mining companies with a focus on fuel management and automation, its impact on business bottom line “and how to prepare your mine for the future with digitisation.”