Drawing on the experience of the previously associated Explotec and Nonex Blasting companies, TMBC consists of players who are leaders in their respective fields and when combined, provide the perfect mix of the 3 elements required for business success:
- specialized and Focused SKILLS
- solid FINANCIAL BACKING
- combined industry EXPERIENCE of over 60 years
TMBC boasts partners with over 26 years of uninterrupted supply of blasting technology to the mining and construction industry. Competencies are found in Coal, Uranium, Platinum, Iron Ore, Gold, Copper and Nickel. The capacity to produce and supply explosives amounts to an average production of 4500 Tonnes per month. Product and Services on offer include: ANFO to Bulk Emulsion, Blended HEF and Megapump™ with PPAN, Packaged, ShockTubing and E-Detonator Systems.
The explosive and ballistics product and service range includes state of the art implementation and tracking software and systems. An electronic data logging and reporting system with BlastMap™ technology, records all field activities during drilling and charging. It then reports back on a wealth of information which is graphically compiled quickly and painlessly.
TMBC’s ability to lead in the explosive and blasting industry is evident in the extensive footprint throughout Africa. This also provides us with the local knowledge to provide uninterrupted supply to the locations where supply is needed the most. TMBC believes in long term partnerships, an example being Amplats (Rustenburg) with whom we have enjoyed a successful business relationship spanning over 20 years.
|TONNS / MONTH
|Kansanshi & MCM
|Mowana Copper Project
|3800 – 5000
|1500 – 2000
|Sishen Iron Ore
|800 – 1500
Geocrush Africa takes pride in their established and secure supply chain of reputable industry leaders:
It is to this end that TMBC have partnered with Symbion Power of the USA in an infrastructural development project in electricity generation.
The project which is already in its early stages of development will see electricity provided on a modular basis to remote areas in the Northern parts of Mozambique.