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MST Global (Mine Site Technologies) provides mine communications networks and operational productivity solutions which assist organisations in the mining, resources and industrial sectors to optimally manage their core business operations.
Founded in Australia in 1989, the company specialises in the design, deployment and support of critical technologies for communications, mining automation-enablement, production optimisation, vehicle and tracking miners underground, and safety in hazardous underground and surface environments. A pioneering force within the mining industry, the company has over 600 technology deployments at mine sites worldwide.
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