Becker Mining Systems is a system supplier for mining infrastructure with headquarters in Friedrichsthal. With 1.350 employees in every essential mining region, the company, which is completely family-owned, sells its products to the leading mining companies of the world. In addition to Germany, Becker Mining Systems is also represented by its own subsidiaries in France, Poland, Russia, China, South Africa, Australia, the United States, Canada, and Chile.
Becker Mining Systems is the only worldwide supplier of complete energy, automation, communication, and transportation infrastructure for the underground mining industry. The products can be used in all mining operations and fulfil even the highest demands for use in explosive atmospheres. The customers mainly extract coal, gold, and platinum.
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