EY says the centre’s built-in, business-led and technology-enabled method will assist mining and metals’ firms’ development in 4 key areas: technical experience, digital transformation, operations administration, and decarbonization and ESG.
“Publish-covid-19 investments in infrastructure, mixed with demand to maintain the vitality transition, will drive important development within the mining and metals sector over the subsequent three to 5 years,” Yameogo mentioned in a information launch.
“However capitalizing on these alternatives goes to require a significant pivot — and we wish to be there to assist firms as they navigate the trail ahead. Whereas working cross-collaboratively with our colleagues within the Americas to mix our enterprise and technical experience with rising applied sciences, the Centre will floor us beneath one unified imaginative and prescient to assist firms drive significant and long-term development.”
The centre shall be powered by the EY wavespace concept, which goals to assist shoppers clear up enterprise issues utilizing collaboration and new know-how.
Following the opening of the primary Americas Mining and Metals Centre of Excellence in Canada, EY plans to open a second location in Latin America later this 12 months.
(This text first appeared within the Canadian Mining Journal)