About Us

MINEVIK Machinery is a leading and pioneering enterprise with the most advanced international level in R&D, manufacturing and selling of large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

All of our equipment have got ISO international quality system certification, European Union CE certification and Russian GOST certification.

  • In central China-Zhengzhou, covering 140 thousand square meters
  • Win-win cooperation and create more value to customers
  • Exported large quantities and high-end mobile crushing plant and milling equipments to Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Ecuador, South Africa, Nigeria, Turkey more than 100 countries .

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Our Products

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant. We also supply individual crushers and mills as well as spare parts of them.

Services

Our goal is to guarantee the excellent operation equipment with high safety for our customers and minimize the downtime of the machine by predictive maintenance. Kefid service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

Minevik service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

ACCESSORIES CENTER

striving to enable customers to get the parts in the nearest place.

SALES MARKET

Our sales market is spread all over more than 100 countries and regions

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PERU: Mining Companies Venture into the Amazon | Inter

PERU: Mining Companies Venture into the Amazon. By Milagros Salazar Reprint | | Print | Milagros Salazar* Tierramérica. LIMA, Jul 3 2008 (IPS) The conflicts surrounding extractive industries in Peru could shift from the mountains to the jungles due to the rising number of concessions granted for the Amazonian regions of San Martín, Madre de Dios and Amazonas, and which are being strongly

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Mining Companies Venture into the Peruvian Amazon |

Mining Companies Venture into the Peruvian Amazon. By Milagros Salazar Reprint | | Print | LIMA, Jun 30 2008 (IPS) The violent tensions arising from the mining boom in Peru could move from the mountains to the Amazon jungles, warn officials, activists and indigenous leaders. Indigenous crafts vendors in the Peruvian Amazon. Photo Stock. The conflicts surrounding extractive industries in

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Peru launches crackdown on illegal gold mining in Amazon

Peru on Tuesday launched a drive to eliminate illegal gold mining in one of the Amazon's most biodiverse corners, sending 1,500 police and military officers to a region that has suffered rising

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Saving the Amazon: Peru Intervenes with Illegal Mining

28/03/2019· Over the past decade, profits have risen by 360% for gold mining (Amazon Conservation Association, 2019). With higher profits there is a greater incentive for people to partake in illegal mining of this resource. The rise in illegal mining has led to deforestation and pollution of the Amazon. The Amazonian region, Madre de Dios, has experienced the greatest amount of this environmental abuse

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Peru Hostage-taking, strikes, clashes and mining

Mining Companies Venture into the Amazon. By Milagros Salazar, Tierramerica . 3rd July 2008. LIMA The conflicts surrounding extractive industries in Peru could shift from the mountains to the jungles due to the rising number of concessions granted for the Amazonian regions of San Martín, Madre de Dios and Amazonas, and which are being strongly opposed by the local indigenous communities

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Peru cracks down on illegal gold mining to save deforested

20/02/2019· Peru sent 1,500 police, military officers to combat illegal gold mining in one of the most biodiverse parts of the Amazon forest, which has faced deforestation for over a decade.

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Peruvian Indigenous groups thwart oil drilling in their

30/10/2020· In the Peruvian Amazon, two Indigenous groups have been battling the government and oil companies for decades to prevent an incursion they believe would

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The Global Demand For Gold Is Destroying The Amazon

31/08/2019· Artisan mining accounts for the livelihood of more than 40,000 Peruvian families, though almost 15% of the nation's gold production comes from this activity. Since the 1980s, many extracting camps have been converted into small mining towns lacking basic

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Peru's illegal gold mines are devastating the Amazon rain

01/04/2017· Peru, the largest gold producer in Latin America and the sixth largest in the world, has long struggled with illegal gold mining. Thousands of small, unchecked operations extracting gold from the

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Undermining Rights: Indigenous Lands and Mining in the

This new WRI report estimates that legal and illegal mining in the Amazon now cover more than 20% of Indigenous lands – over 450,000 square kilometers. It also finds that Indigenous lands with mining experienced higher incidences of tree cover loss than on those without – at least three times greater in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru. Yet national laws continue to favor companies

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History of Settlement in the Amazon Basin | Global Forest

At the headwaters of the Amazon basin, the Incas were based in Cusco, Peru, but also spread into the Amazon lowlands. After Pizarro’s conquest in 1532, Francisco Orellana explored the great river of South America in 1541 and 1542, naming it after the Greek warriors Amazonas. Although Orellana noted numerous and advanced tribes living along the riverbanks, populations were in decline from

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Amazon mining | WWF

Amazon mining Open cast mining in the Amazonian rainforest. Guyana . What are the impacts of mining? Mining can impact the area’s water drainage, pollute water with run-off from the mine, and threaten local communities, including indigenous people, by affecting the quality of the food supply. Other effects include: Deforestation: In the Carajas Mineral Province, Brazil, maybe the world’s

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Amazon rainforest threatened by new wave of oil and

12/08/2008· The maps showed that in Peru and Ecuador, regions designated for oil and gas projects already cover more than two thirds of the Amazon. Of 64 oil and gas regions that cover 72% of the Peruvian

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Peruvian Amazonia Wikipedia

Peruvian Amazonia (Spanish: Amazonía del Perú) is the area of the Amazon rainforest included within the country of Peru, from east of the Andes to the borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil and Bolivia.This region comprises 60% of the country and is marked by a large degree of biodiversity. Peru has the second-largest portion of the Amazon rainforest after the Brazilian Amazon

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Protect the Amazon from big business and greed, Pope

The southeastern region of Peru known as “Madre de Dios,” Spanish for “Mother of God,” has been badly blighted in recent years by unregulated gold mining, with one effect being dangerous

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Environmental impact of mining in the rainforest

27/07/2012· To win concessions in Aceh, mining company hires official being investigated for graft (04/18/2013) Mining boom in the Amazon (12/08/2012) Gold mining in the Peruvian Amazon: a view from the ground (03/15/2012) High gold price triggers rainforest devastation in Peru (10/11/2011) Demand for gold pushing deforestation in Peruvian Amazon (04/19/2011)

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The Global Demand For Gold Is Destroying The Amazon

31/08/2019· Artisan mining accounts for the livelihood of more than 40,000 Peruvian families, though almost 15% of the nation's gold production comes from this activity. Since the 1980s, many extracting camps have been converted into small mining towns lacking basic services and containing high levels of pollution.

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History of Settlement in the Amazon Basin | Global Forest

At the headwaters of the Amazon basin, the Incas were based in Cusco, Peru, but also spread into the Amazon lowlands. After Pizarro’s conquest in 1532, Francisco Orellana explored the great river of South America in 1541 and 1542, naming it after the Greek warriors Amazonas. Although Orellana noted numerous and advanced tribes living along the riverbanks,

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Protect the Amazon from big business and greed, Pope

The southeastern region of Peru known as “Madre de Dios,” Spanish for “Mother of God,” has been badly blighted in recent years by unregulated gold mining, with one effect being dangerous

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Amazon rainforest threatened by new wave of oil and

12/08/2008· The maps showed that in Peru and Ecuador, regions designated for oil and gas projects already cover more than two thirds of the Amazon. Of 64 oil and gas regions that cover 72% of the Peruvian

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Illegal mining in Amazon rainforest has become an

10/12/2018· An epidemic of illegal artisanal mining across the Amazon rainforest has been revealed in an unprecedented new map, pinpointing 2,312 sites in 245 areas across six Amazon

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Peruvian Amazonia Wikipedia

Peruvian Amazonia (Spanish: Amazonía del Perú) is the area of the Amazon rainforest included within the country of Peru, from east of the Andes to the borders with Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil and Bolivia.This region comprises 60% of the country and is marked by a large degree of biodiversity. Peru has the second-largest portion of the Amazon rainforest after the Brazilian Amazon

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The Amazing Amazon River | Discover Peru

Amazon River and its tributaries. Click on map to enlarge. The Amazon River flows east from the Peruvian Andes across Brazil and empties into the Atlantic Ocean. In 2000, a National Geographic Society expedition found that its most distant source is the melting snow cap of a mountain called Nevado Mismi in the Peruvian Andes.The stream of melting snow forms the

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Land Use and Agriculture in the Amazon | Global Forest

Most forest clearing in the Amazon occurs around the “arc of deforestation” from Para in the north to Mato Grosso in the south and the Brazil-Peru-Bolivia area in the southwest, but the vast interior of Amazonas state is still forest. Approximately 20 million people live in the Amazon basin, most of them in major cities such as Manaus and Iquitos. Almost half a million

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More Than 30,000 Miles of Roads Built in Amazon in 3

More than 30,000 miles of roads were built in the part of the Amazon rain forest found in Brazil in just three years, a study that hopes to help aid efforts to stop deforestation has found.

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6 Ways Amazon Uses Big Data to Stalk You (AMZN)

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