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AEL in the spotlight in the International Arena - ExpoMin 2014

AEL participated in ExpoMin 2014, a premier event in the mining sector held in Santiago, Chile. The 13th annual ExpoMin offered an effective platform of contact between national and international supplier companies and the mining industry. AEL’s presence at the event as one of many exhibitors from 35 countries enabled constant networking opportunities with delegates including prospective customers. The major highlight for AEL at ExpoMin 2014 was the launch of the new CE4 Tagger, which was well-received by the international mining fraternity. The CE4 tagger, with GPS, is an inherently safe device for testing and tagging of Electronic Detonators. The CE4 Tagger is usable across all applications of AEL Electronic initiation systems and can be used with current hardware. The equipment has been designed to simplify use and increase the robustness of devices to be suitable in the mining and construction environment. AEL was represented by the AEL Latin American team led by Des Decina, MD AEL Latin America.

Follow us on Twitter: @ael_mining for the full rundown of the event.

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AEL set to participate in ExpoMin 2014

AEL will be participating in ExpoMin 2014, a premier event in the mining sector scheduled for 21-25 April in Santiago, Chile.

AEL will be participating in ExpoMin 2014, a premier event in the mining sector scheduled for 21-25 April in Santiago, Chile.

The 13th annual ExpoMin, expects to surpass previous years’ attendance records, by bringing together over 80 thousand visitors into a space that reaches almost 125,000 m², with more than 1,600 exhibitors.

Business projections for the 2014 event reach more than US $ 1,700 million, which add up to about $ 10,000 million in transactions generated over previous editions, a fundamental contribution to the Chilean economy that has consolidated this international fair organized by FISA as one of the most important centres of business and discussion of global mining.


AEL is playing a part in creating mathematically, scientifically, and technologically literate and functional learners who will achieve success in a wider variety of business arenas – including that of AEL.

In this vein, AEL has continued to partner with the Maths Centre, a Non-Profit educational organisation and is working with eight schools in Tembisa allowing them to gain access to maths and science. The partnership ties in with AEL’s social responsibility of encouraging maths and science literacy in the communities in which the business operates so as to develop the next generation of engineers in South Africa.

The Maths Centre aims to equip young learners with the necessary skills and knowledge required to gain university entrance and also to encourage them to pursue a professional career in the science field. In addition to the supplied learning equipment, the Maths Centre provides workshops for educators in order to enhance their teaching methods and problem - solving skills.

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