Grupo México Honored for Shaping Smart Change
Mining customer integrates Hexagon technologies to weather tough times
Grupo México Senior Technical Advisor, Enrique Sanchez, celebrates the company's Shaping Smart Change honor with Hexagon President and CEO, Ola Rollén at HxGN LIVE in Anaheim, California.
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TUCSON, ARIZONA, JUNE 14, 2016 – Hexagon Mining customer, Grupo México, was named a Shaping Smart Change Honoree by Hexagon President and CEO, Ola Rollén today at HxGN LIVE, Hexagon’s annual international conference, in Anaheim, California, USA.
Grupo México was one of 10 customers honored for its commitment to shaping smart change. Companies are chosen for pushing the boundaries of innovation, and implementing Hexagon technology for bold, forward-thinking use to shape smart change around the world.
Grupo México was nominated for its integration of Hexagon Mining technologies at Peru’s Toquepala Mine, the fifth-largest copper mine in the world.
“Grupo Mexico foresaw tough economic times and decided to integrate Toquepala’s operations and planning technologies,“ said Hexagon Mining President, Hélio Samora. “By unifying systems and cultivating these synergies, Grupo Mexico knew it would be better positioned to weather the downturn and selected Hexagon as a partner in this alignment strategy.
“We are inspired by their leadership and proud to name them our 2016 Shaping Smart Change honoree.”
Grupo México Senior Technical Advisor, Enrique Sanchez, said he was happy to accept the recognition.
“Grupo Mexico is committed to improving efficiency across the overall mining process, therefore selecting Hexagon Mining’s state-of-the-art technology is critical to our strategy,” said Sanchez. “Hexagon’s integrated mining solutions allow us to greatly improve our efficiency by shortening the gap between planning and execution.”
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