MacLean Engineering Acquires underground testing facility.

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Equipment manufacturer MacLean Engineering has acquired an underground facility that will be used to test new technology.

Located in the Sudbury neighbourhood of Lively, the test facility was first developed by Mining Technologies International (now Komatsu), in 2012.

The property includes an approximately 300-metre underground ramp down to a depth of some 40 metres, at an average grade of 15 per cent. The underground facility also includes an excavated cavern where shaft jumbo mucking training had previously been conducted, along with a 4,500 square-metre...

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