Gerardo Villavicencio, Managing Director, SGS
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Gerardo Villavicencio
Managing Director
SGS
SGS helps mining companies in their transition toward more sustainable practices, says Managing Director Gerardo Villavicencio.
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News Article
The company has announced that they have received positive preliminary metallurgical test results of their Panuco project.
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Donovan Sánchez
Mining Director
SGS
SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
Herman Saenger
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Hermann Saenger
Managing Director
SGS Mexico
SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity…
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Alfredo Nuñez
President and CEO
VES Capital Partners
VES Capital Partners is a mining company focused on silver production in Mexico. The company’s objective is to develop its existing mineral property…
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Donovan Sánchez
Business Director
SGS Minerals Services
SGS was established in 1878 and is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
Marco Barragán
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Marco Barragán
Mineral Business Manager
SGS
SGS, established in 1878, is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
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Spotlight
SGS is the world’s leading training, testing, inspection, certification and verification company, with experience, expertise and a global reach.
Scott Philips
Roundtable
Scott Philips
Vice President and CEO
GE Mining

The mining industry faces strong headwinds and must drive productivity and improve operational savings. Mining companies continue to experience volatile commodity prices and challenging economic fundamentals as global demand slows. Following an extended period of massive capital investment, the mining industry is now firmly focused on improving productivity and on sustainable cost management. Miners face declining ore quality, operations deeper underground or in remote locations to find ore and a macroeconomic context that changes frequently with commodity prices. This makes it increasingly challenging for companies to access capital. We believe in using technology to close this talent gap.

Mexico Mining Review asked industry leaders about the impact of global instability on mining trade and the what are they using to mitigate risks
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