The majority of MIP’s recent thickener contracts have been to diamond, platinum and coal projects in South Africa

Minerals processing company MIP Process Technologies continues to defy repressed market conditions with a project order book that continues to grow. This can largely be attributed to its global reach, expanding footprint and ability to “always exceed our customers’ expectations” MD Philip Hoff tells Laura Cornish.

With a full and diverse repertoire of minerals processing equipment, alongside an “unwavering commitment to meet and exceed customer’s expectations without hesitation”, MIP Process Technologies (MIP) has never felt the impact of the mining recession to the same extent as other players in the market.

The company was in fact born just before the economic downturn gripped the world in 2007 and has developed and grown having learnt to cater to an industry struggling to get new projects off the ground. “The key to our on-going success in this market environment is providing technically ‘superior’ equipment of the ‘highest quality’, quickly and cost competitively,” Hoff points out. Expanding on MIP’s philosophy and business foundations, Hoff adds service to his list of company priorities. In a highly competitive sector, “this is non…

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