Boorders boer vooruit

Dit is nie aldag dat ’n mynmaatskappy ’n afname van 9% in ­inkomste ervaar, en steeds sy wins met 14% verhoog nie. Dit is egter presies wat die gespesialiseerde boormaatskappy Master Drilling in die boekjaar tot einde Mei gedoen het, deur die spesiale uitdagings wat die moeilike toestande in die mynbedryf tans bied, tot sy voordeel te benut.Deur onder meer die swakheid van die ontluikende geldeenhede te benut om koste laag te hou, die benutting van masjiene te verhoog om kliënte te help om ontwikkelingswerk in myne te versnel, en om stygende arbeidskoste met meganisasie die hoof te bied, kon die maatskappy, wat in Fochville gebaseer is, stewige winsgroei genereer.

Master Drilling spreads out via Sweden

MASTER Drilling has set its sights on Europe and Turkey as a platform to launch into the Middle East. This forms part of its search for geographical diversity and opportunities to reduce its exposure to commodities.

Master drilling to launch new technology at Indaba

JSE-listed Master Drilling(MD), a global specialised drilling service solution provider to the mining, energy and civil industries, will be using the Mining Indaba as the platform to launch its new Blind Shaft Boring System (BSBS). MD says it has spent 2015 engineering and perfecting BSBS, which it describes as its solution to mechanising conventional drill-and-blast shaft sinking in hard rock.

Master Drilling still pumping cash

JSE-listed specialist drilling company Master Drilling is clearly not feeling the pressure that the majority of mining companies are currently facing. The company – whose raise bore drilling (RBD) technology drills holes faster, safer and using less manpower than traditional shaft-sinking methods – announced another set of positive results on Tuesday.

22.9% Increase in ZAR Headline Earnings Per Share

Master Drilling Group Limited (Master Drilling; JSE: MDI), providers of specialised drilling services worldwide, has announced a 22,9% increase in ZAR headline earnings per share from 61,0 cents to 75,0 cents. Profits were up by 11% to US$ 10.4 million, from US$9.3 million and the Group saw a 10,4% increase in US$ headline earnings per share to 6.3 cents from 5.7 cents.

Master Drilling remains optimistic with headline earnings up, focused on diversifying

JSE-listed drilling services provider Master Drilling has declared a 22.9% jump in headline earnings from 61c to 75c for the six months ended June 30. Print Send to Friend 0 0 At its results presentation in Johannesburg on Monday, the group also noted a profit of $10.4-million, up by 11%, and cash generated from operations of $24-million, an increase of 175.3%, all while facing an economic downturn in the global commodity sector.