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Segnut featured in Australian Mining magazine

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Australia Mining Magazine reports on Segnut innovation, and reducing maintenance costs. 

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Mining maintenance spending in Australia is expected to rise by more than 60 per cent annually to $12 billion by 2022, according to fastener manufacturer Segnut.The Australian company estimates that 30 to 50 per cent of operating costs on all mining projects relate to maintenance tasks.Read the full article here:

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