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Consulmet focuses on providing a competitive range of innovative niche mining technologies and process engineering services, for the mining and mineral processing industries. Its client base includes both emerging and established mining companies as well as exploration companies prospecting for diamonds, gold, iron ore, coal, ferrochrome and other heavy minerals in developed and developing regions. Consulmet has successfully installed production ready mineral processing plants across the globe and specifically in Australia, Africa, Europe, North and South America.

Consulmet is owned by its principal directors. All of the directors are highly experienced engineers with significant expertise in the field of mineral processing.

Consulmet was first established in 1993 and focused its primary business activities on the provision of metallurgical test-work services to the mining and mineral processing industries. These services were soon expanded to incorporate project engineering and management services to capital equipment suppliers of metallurgical processing equipment. Several successful test-work projects were completed in the Zambian copper belt and South African mines together with project management services locally and internationally up to 1996.

During the period 1996 to 2000 Consulmet consolidated its service provision activities and focused on trading in consumer commodities expanding this aspect to achieve business stability. With a series of strategic alliances formed, Consulmet now offers a full and diversified range of products and services including engineering design, manufacturing, fabrication, installation, project management and spares and logistics services.

In September 2008 Consulmet expanded into extractive metallurgy with the establishment of Consulmet Metals. Also in 2009, Consulmet established its Australian operation, which completed its first major project in 2010.