Four Levers In-Basin Mines Can Pull To Lower Opex/Ton [Guest Post]

In-basin mine operators faced with price pressure quickly turn their attention to driving down operating costs per ton.

This can be a real challenge when operating in a tough environment, and compromising safety, quality, and capacity, is not an option.

With supply outpacing demand, the pressure to become a low-cost producer is extreme.

Here are some thoughts from an operations expert on areas of focus that could help mine operators reduce their costs.

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