Unlocking efficiency in mining
Mining companies are significantly undervaluing the potential savings from effective lubrication, according to a study by Shell Lubricants. While 60% of companies recognize they could reduce costs by 5% or more, fewer than 10% realize that the impact of lubricants could be up to six times greater.
Many mining companies already apply Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) evaluations to measure operational performance, knowing that reducing TCO over the lifetime of machinery enables them to extract the best possible value from the asset. However, the impact of lubrication on TCO is too often underestimated.
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