Success oriented management reshuffle at Aury Africa

Aury Africa has announced management reshuffle, as the company position itself to be a leading manufacturer and supplier of high-performance mineral-processing equipment.

The company’s latest blueprint under new management of Director Sydney Parkhouse targets to lead the industry by 2022.

According to the company, key to the ongoing ambition to become leader original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is the industry-leading expertise and experience of its management team.

Parkhouse at the helm of the team is a professional engineer with 40 years’ experience in the mining industry, from coal to gold, and has worked as far afield as China, Mozambique, and Colombia.

Other members of his team include George Sturgeon as Business Development Manager, Ameen Peters as Regional Sales Manager, Kiran Singh as Production Manager, and Active Ngwenya as Sales Administrator.

“In the meantime, we would like to reassure all of our customers that it is business as usual,” Parkhouse stresses.

Parkhouse said he will ensure that Aury Africa has good representation in Africa, with the initial focus being on Zambia and Mozambique.

“Our mission is to provide our clients with reliable and cost-effective solutions to their production challenges, supported by professional aftersales service teams,” he comments.

In addition, Parkhouse says will strive to forge a closer working relationship with both Aury China and Aury Australia.

“We will draw on the technical expertise and project successes of the international group, combined with our local knowledge of African operating conditions.”

Aury Africa produces a complete range of high-quality vibrating screens for the coal, gold, and minerals-processing sectors, which consists of banana, horizontal, circular, high-frequency, and flip-flop vibrating screens.

The company also supplies a range of exciters to fit most OEM screen types and consumable products available include centrifuge baskets, polyurethane (PU) wedge wire panels, intertank/interstage cylinder screens for classification, sieve bends, static panels for separation.

“A significant competitive advantage for Aury Africa, and a major cost-saver for our clients, is our capability to manufacture these PU wedge wire panels locally,” Parkhouse points out.

He said the panels are available at a fraction of the price of similar imported products panels, citing that combined with Aury’s technical back-up and support, the company is able to offer total solution.

Parkhouse is optimistic that the green shoots appearing in commodity sectors such as copper and iron ore bodes well for the industry as a whole.

“We will ramp up our production in conjunction with our clients, as they ramp up their operations in anticipation of meeting the increased demand for commodities globally,” he said.

Aury Africa’s goal is to provide the best innovative screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services to the African mining market.

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