Specialises in the supply of aggregates from commercial quarries, is a leading provider of material handling and screening services to the mining industry and provides mobile crushing solutions for remote project sites.

 

 

The company was founded in 1972 as a drilling and blasting entity in the Eastern Cape. In 1976 the company launched itself into the mobile crushing field and formed their own mobile and static crushing division, which later became B&E International (Pty) Ltd. The company grew from strength to strength and entered the mining services sector in 1993. They diversified into bulk mining, processing and beneficiation of minerals, design and construction of purpose built plants, maintenance and operating of processing plants for mine owners and also entered the market of design and construction of asphalt and processing plants through the acquisition of Comar Plant Design and Manufacturing.

In 2008, the company was acquired by Raubex and through further rationalisation, B&E International (Pty) Ltd is now a strong and focused crushing, mining and mineral processing and engineering entity.

B&E International (Pty) Ltd will be the Industry Leader and Partner of Choice to the Mining and Construction industries, offering premium products and integrated crushing, mining and mineral processing solutions, made possible by a culture of excellence and the establishment of long-term relations with clients and suppliers, resulting in acceptable returns to stakeholders.

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Key services

Crushing

  • Mobile crushing for the construction industry
  • Crushing with static plants on large infrastructure projects
  • Commercial crushing

Mining
Opencast mining and stripping, mineral processing, beneficiation, including:

  • Wet and dry screening
  • Running of washing plants
  • Running of DMS plants
  • Crushing of different ore types
  • Drilling and Blasting

Engineering

  • Design and manufacture of purpose built plants for internal usage
  • Design, manufacture, commission and maintenance of static crushing and washing plants for external mining projects

 

 

Oranje Mynbou en Vervoer, now OMV, started out as a small mining operation in 1952, extracting limestone in the Hennenman area in the Free State province. It has since grown into an industry leader, focused on the manufacturing and supply of various construction and industrial materials. OMV joined the Group in June 2014 and currently consists of four individual business units.

Aggregates for construction and road-building: Stilfontein and Orkney.
Ready-mix for construction projects: Stilfontein, Potchefstroom, Musina, Zimbabwe Beitbridge.
Gypsum for Cement, industrial minerals, agricultural and retail clients: Potchefstroom and Rustenburg with warehouses in Olifantsfontein and Durban.
Industrial minerals blending, handling, and milling: Olifantsfontein and Emalahleni.

In 2018 OMV acquired Metadynamics, an industrial milling and blending company. Since this acquisition continuous improvement has propelled Metadynamics as a division of OMV to become the market leader in industrial minerals supplies. This includes minerals such as limestone, dolomites, bentonites of various grades as well as niche agricultural products. OMV has access to various waste dumps and is continuously acquiring additional dumps in strategic locations to sustain the business.

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Key services

  • Supply of aggregates for use in road building and rehabilitation
  • Supply of aggregates for use in asphalt
  • Supply of aggregates for use in ready mix concrete
  • Supply of gypsum for agricultural applications
  • Manufacture and supply of gypsum for cement manufacturing
  • Manufacture and supply of gypsum for dry walling and ceiling boards
  • Supply of ready mix concrete for housing projects
  • Supply of ready mix concrete for commercial buildings
  • Supply of ready mix concrete for mining
  • Supply of material for infrastructure development

 

 

Raumix Aggregates is the commercial aggregates business of Raubex. It has a national footprint, with six operations in Gauteng, and one each in Bloemfontein, Aliwal North, Queenstown, Kimberley and Cradock.

The various operations produce a range of aggregates and sand to suit a variety of construction and associated applications. The company is focused on delivering quality aggregates, while driving a safe work ethos, and maintaining environmental and social responsibility.

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Typical applications include

  • Road construction
  • Readymix concrete
  • Asphalt manufacturing
  • Concrete bricks and blocks
  • Precast products
  • Metallurgical processes
  • General construction aggregates

 

 

SPH Kundalila was founded in Saldanha Bay in 1969, with just one wheel loader. By 1985 we had managed to expand from the Western Cape, into the Northern Cape and North West province, establishing our own Black Mountain Mine and our Goldfields operations at Anglo Gold’s Vaal River operation. In 2007, Raubex fully acquired SPH Kundalila.

SPH Kundalila has long-standing contracts and relationships with various mining houses in the gold, platinum and iron ore fields and has associations with Associated Manganese, ArcelorMittal, Goldfields, Kumba and Sibanye. The company is focused on providing comprehensive mining and materials handling solutions for mining projects. Capabilities cover a wide range of aspects, including primary crushing and screening, ore loading, hauling and rehabilitation.

Safety forms an integral part of SPH Kundalila’s operations and the company boasts a remarkable record in this regard.

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Key services

  • Opencast mining
  • Bulk materials handling
  • Mobile screening
  • Mobile crushing
  • Loading and transport
  • Stockpile management
  • Plant hire
  • Mine waste dump screening and beneficiation
  • Medium size opencast mining and quarrying
  • Hot slag handling in smelters
  • Rehabilitation services

 

 

Situated in Olifantsfontein, Gauteng, Metadynamics has been servicing the needs of both local and international customers for over 30 years. From humble beginnings, Metadynamics has grown rapidly to become an industry leader in crushing, milling and blending of industrial minerals. Metadynamics’ wide range of products include both organic and inorganic materials. Metadynamics’ quality control laboratory ensures the strict management of product standards and compliance with customer requirements. Products are available in 25/40 kg bags, 1-ton sling bags and bulk tankers.

Metadynamics currently operates as a division of OMV. Metadynamics places a high value on research and development, resulting in the continuous improvement of its products and customer service.

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Key services

  • Crushing, milling and blending of industrial minerals
  • Wide range of products including inorganic materials

 

 

Belabela Quarries is an aggregate quarry situated just 15km from Gaborone, Botswana. The quarry was founded in 2003.

Currently we have the capacity to crush 4 000 tons of aggregate per day. Our key customers are brick manufacturers and ready-mix concrete suppliers in Gaborone. We also supply all the major building and civil contractors in the area. Belabela Quarries also produces pitching stone and can produce any size stone less than 110mm nominal size to order.

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Key services

  • G1 Base course
  • Railway Ballast
  • 37mm concrete stone
  • 19mm concrete stone
  • 13.2mm concrete stone
  • Sand

 

 

Bauba Resources Limited (“Bauba”) is a junior mining company of which Raubex acquired the majority share in January 2022.

Bauba has two operating mines, namely Moeijelijk Chrome Mine (“Moeijelijk”) in Limpopo province, South Africa and Nuco Chrome Mine (“Kookfontein”) in Rustenburg, North West province, South Africa.

Moeijelijk was established in 2015 as an opencast operation. The mine has since been transitioned to an underground operation where its first wash plant was commissioned in 2018, delivering a run-of-mine chrome-ore and concentrate chrome from its washing plant to all around the world.

In 2020, Bauba obtained a mining right for its Kookfontein Chrome Project. Kookfontein open cast chrome and PGM mine has since broken ground and operations have commenced.

Bauba conducts its operations through various outsourced service providers, which undertake on its behalf, the open cast mining, underground mining, processing, logistics and marketing.

Bauba has a number of prospecting rights that it is exploring; this has led to a number of initiatives and opportunity assessments with the objective being: purchase and acquire additional active mining operations and greenfield projects.

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Key services

  • Chrome
  • Platinum group elements (PGE) by-products which includes:
  •  - Platinum
     - Gold
     - Palladium
     - Rhodium
     - Iridium