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AUSTRALIAN METS SECTOR
MINING INNOVATION & KNOWLEDGE
AUSTRALIA’S NEXT MINING BOOM?

MINING EQUIPMENT,
TECHNOLOGY AND SERVI...
OUTLINE
Industry profile
Sector Size
METS profile
Implications and opportunities

2
METS COMPANIES BY ACTIVITY
MANUFACTURING AND GOODS SUPPLY 40%

3
METS COMPANIES ARE DIVERSE
BY MINERAL AND LIFE CYCLE STAGE

BY NO OF COMPANIES
4
MINING LIFE CYCLE
CAPITAL VS PRODUCTION CYCLES

5
METS COMPANIES
HIGH ESTABLISHMENT RATE IN PAST 30 YEARS

73%

6
METS COMPANIES
NATIONAL REACH : 84% AUSTRALIAN OWNED

7
METS COMPANIES
NATIONAL FOOTPRINT

8
METS BY COMPANY SIZE
37% LARGE COMPANIES, 63% SME

BY NO OF COMPANIES
9
METS SECTOR GROSS REVENUE
SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTOR TO THE ECONOMY (FY12)

State

%

WA

$23.18 b

26

NSW/ACT

$22.79 b

25...
METS DEVELOPMENT
GROWING IN EMPLOYEES AND REVENUE

AVERAGE
GROWTH
22%

11

AVERAGE
GROWTH
32%
METS INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT
SIGNIFICANT EXPORTER

12
METS RELATIVE EXPORT BY VALUE

$264.2bn total
merchandise exports
5.9% relative
13
METS INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT
PROPORTION OF COMPANIES EXPORTING TO THIS REGION/ COUNTRY

14
METS INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT
LOCATION OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS

41% have
offices offshore
15
METS – ENTREPREURIAL AND HIGH GROWTH

16
17
LONG INNOVATION CYCLES
LEVERAGE AND ACCELERATE

18
BUILDING GLOBAL CLUSTER LEADERSHIP
BOTHNIAN CLUSTER MARKET SHARE

Mining
Exploration
Smelting
Flash smelters
Drill units
S...
METS DEVELOPMENT
INVESTING IN THE FUTURE

20
METS COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
CUSTOMER FOCUSED

21
METS WORKFORCE
SIGNIFICANT EMPLOYER

386,000 EMPLOYEES IN AUSTRALIA

2% unknown
REPRESENTS EMPLOYEES OF ALL METS RELATED C...
METS OUTLOOK
CURRENT CHALLENGES

23
LEVERAGING THE FUTURE

INNOVATE
•PLAY A KEY ROLE IN IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY
•ACCELERATE THE INNOVATION CYCLE
•ATTRACT INNOV...
LEVERAGING THE FUTURE
INCREASE CONNECTIVITY

INTERNATIONALISE
•GROW INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE
•ASIA, AFRICA, AMERICAS
•LEVERA...
FACTORS FOR PERFORMANCE
MINERS REQUIRE HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY
EXPOSURE TO OPERATIONS
CAPITAL & OPERATING PRODUCTIVITY
NICHE T...
THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS
Steering Committee Members

Survey Distribution Partners

Austmine Limited

Austmine Limited

MESCA...
BIBLIOGRAPHY

• Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), Australia Benchmark Report, 2012 , Australian Government
• John Ba...
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SECTORAL PERFORMANCE
MORGAN STANLEY SMALL MINING SERVICES INDEX
Morgan Stanley Small Mining Services Index

4000.0

3500.0...
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  1. 1. AUSTRALIAN METS SECTOR MINING INNOVATION & KNOWLEDGE AUSTRALIA’S NEXT MINING BOOM? MINING EQUIPMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND SERVICES ELIZABETH LEWIS-GRAY MINES METS AND MONEY OCTOBER 2013
  2. 2. OUTLINE Industry profile Sector Size METS profile Implications and opportunities 2
  3. 3. METS COMPANIES BY ACTIVITY MANUFACTURING AND GOODS SUPPLY 40% 3
  4. 4. METS COMPANIES ARE DIVERSE BY MINERAL AND LIFE CYCLE STAGE BY NO OF COMPANIES 4
  5. 5. MINING LIFE CYCLE CAPITAL VS PRODUCTION CYCLES 5
  6. 6. METS COMPANIES HIGH ESTABLISHMENT RATE IN PAST 30 YEARS 73% 6
  7. 7. METS COMPANIES NATIONAL REACH : 84% AUSTRALIAN OWNED 7
  8. 8. METS COMPANIES NATIONAL FOOTPRINT 8
  9. 9. METS BY COMPANY SIZE 37% LARGE COMPANIES, 63% SME BY NO OF COMPANIES 9
  10. 10. METS SECTOR GROSS REVENUE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTOR TO THE ECONOMY (FY12) State % WA $23.18 b 26 NSW/ACT $22.79 b 25 QLD $21.22 b 24 VIC/TAS $16.73 b 19 SA/NT $1.62 b 2 Unaccounted $4.39 b 4 Total 10 Gross Revenue $89.9 b 100
  11. 11. METS DEVELOPMENT GROWING IN EMPLOYEES AND REVENUE AVERAGE GROWTH 22% 11 AVERAGE GROWTH 32%
  12. 12. METS INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT SIGNIFICANT EXPORTER 12
  13. 13. METS RELATIVE EXPORT BY VALUE $264.2bn total merchandise exports 5.9% relative 13
  14. 14. METS INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT PROPORTION OF COMPANIES EXPORTING TO THIS REGION/ COUNTRY 14
  15. 15. METS INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINT LOCATION OF INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS 41% have offices offshore 15
  16. 16. METS – ENTREPREURIAL AND HIGH GROWTH 16
  17. 17. 17
  18. 18. LONG INNOVATION CYCLES LEVERAGE AND ACCELERATE 18
  19. 19. BUILDING GLOBAL CLUSTER LEADERSHIP BOTHNIAN CLUSTER MARKET SHARE Mining Exploration Smelting Flash smelters Drill units SAG mills 0 19 50 Source : RMD Intierra 100
  20. 20. METS DEVELOPMENT INVESTING IN THE FUTURE 20
  21. 21. METS COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE CUSTOMER FOCUSED 21
  22. 22. METS WORKFORCE SIGNIFICANT EMPLOYER 386,000 EMPLOYEES IN AUSTRALIA 2% unknown REPRESENTS EMPLOYEES OF ALL METS RELATED CO’S 22
  23. 23. METS OUTLOOK CURRENT CHALLENGES 23
  24. 24. LEVERAGING THE FUTURE INNOVATE •PLAY A KEY ROLE IN IMPROVING PRODUCTIVITY •ACCELERATE THE INNOVATION CYCLE •ATTRACT INNOVATION FUNDING EDUCATE •ENSURE A SKILLED WORKFORCE •STRONG LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY •ATTRACT HIGH QUALITY YOUNG PEOPLE 24
  25. 25. LEVERAGING THE FUTURE INCREASE CONNECTIVITY INTERNATIONALISE •GROW INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE •ASIA, AFRICA, AMERICAS •LEVERAGE DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS COLLABORATE •DEVELOP STRONGER ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMS WITH MINERS AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS GLOBALLY •BUILD INNOVATION NETWORKS - PRECINCTS •BUILD STRONG POLICY FRAMEWORKS 25
  26. 26. FACTORS FOR PERFORMANCE MINERS REQUIRE HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY EXPOSURE TO OPERATIONS CAPITAL & OPERATING PRODUCTIVITY NICHE TECHNOLOGY PLAYERS BRAND GLOBAL & MINERAL DIVERSIFICATION UNIQUE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE SCALE & SCALEABILITY 26
  27. 27. THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS Steering Committee Members Survey Distribution Partners Austmine Limited Austmine Limited MESCA MESCA Minerals Council of Australia Industry Capability Netw ork (ICN) Gekko Systems Austrade Haulmax Enterprise Connect International Energy Centre Mackay Area Industry Netw ork (MAIN) CSIRO Industry Capability Netw ork (ICN) Austrade Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (observer) Enterprise Connect (observer) Aboriginal Enterprises in Mining, Exploration and Energy (AEMEE)
  28. 28. BIBLIOGRAPHY • Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), Australia Benchmark Report, 2012 , Australian Government • John Barber, Tom Shael, Nina Hitchins, Adam Bialowas, Resources and Energy Major Projects, October, 2012, Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE), Australian Government, Canberra • Don Scott-Kemmis, How about those METS? Leveraging Australia’s mining equipment, technology and services sector, A Public Policy Analysis produced for the Minerals Council of Australia (March, 2013), ACT • Vanessa Rayner and James Bishop, Industry Dimensions of the Resource Boom: An Input-Output Analysis , Research Discussion Paper 2013-02, Economic Research Department, Reserve Bank of Australia • Richard Roberts, METS top 100 tops $65B in sales, High Grade, 27th March, 2013 •Wright, Gavin & Czelusta, Jessie, “Exorcising the resources curse: minerals as a knowledge industry, past and present,” Stanford University July 2012 •Smith, Norman J., “The sea of lost opportunity volume 7: North Sea oil & gas, British industry and the offshore supplies office (Handbook of petroleum and production)” Elseviev 2011 •Presentation by Ian Satchwell, Director, International Mining for Development Centre, “Building mining services clusters in Australia,” 15 May 2012 28
  29. 29. END
  30. 30. SECTORAL PERFORMANCE MORGAN STANLEY SMALL MINING SERVICES INDEX Morgan Stanley Small Mining Services Index 4000.0 3500.0 3000.0 2500.0 2000.0 30 c13 De Se p13 Ju n13 3 ar -1 M c12 De Se p12 Ju n12 2 ar -1 M c11 De Se p11 Ju n11 1 ar -1 M c10 De Se p10 Ju n10 0 ar -1 M De c09 1500.0
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