AMPS and Cube partner up

PERTH-based mining services companies Advanced Mining Production Systems and Cube Consulting have formed a strategic partnership to better serve clients.
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L-R: AMPS geology manager Lauren Stienstra, Cube managing director Rebecca Prain and AMPS CEO Brendan Parker

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AMPS' engineers and geologists are industry leaders in technical services optimisations, operational improvements and support, systems, and training, while Cube is a leading independent consultancy specialising in due diligence and audit, mineral resource estimates, geostatistical studies and grade control systems.

Under the strategic partnership, AMPS and Cube will collaborate on projects, share technical knowledge and resources, and broaden their service offering to include their respective networks of international clients.

Combining AMPS' experience in technical services, resource professional training, operational engineering, and geology with Cube Consulting's expertise in geology, due diligence, mineral resource estimates, and grade control systems, the partnership will use the strengths of both businesses to achieve the best results for each client.

The partnership will facilitate staff moving between the organisations to further their experience and skillsets, ultimately resulting in more rounded employees who are better equipped to provide quality service to the industry.

"We are excited to partner with Cube Consulting to offer our clients a more comprehensive range of mining services," AMPS CEO Brendan Parker said.

"Together, we will bring a broader experience base when solving complex mining and people-based problems, and explore opportunities for staff to grow their skills and experience."

Cube managing director Rebecca Prain said the company was delighted to work more closely with AMPS.

"We share very similar values and by combining our respective strengths, we believe we can offer clients a more comprehensive range of mining services, and further our commitment to delivering pragmatic solutions," she said.

The partnership builds on the success of the Kambalda Engineering and Geology Symposia, which Cube and AMPS have been collaborating on for the past few years.