Vale launches Annual Report app.
Vale S.A. announces that, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Mineração Naque S.A., it successfully concluded a public offer to acquire the free floating shares of Vale Fertilizantes S.A..
Vale announces that its Board of Directors has approved the investment budget for 2012, involving capital expenditures of US$ 12.9 billion for project execution, US$ 2.4 billion for research and development (R&D) and US$ 6.1 billion dedicated for sustaining existing operations.
Vale – An iron giant looks to Africa.
Vale released its production report for the third quarter of 2011.
Brazilian breakthroughs in steelmaking with new moves in pig iron technology. How news from a Vale SA-lead consortium could be set to revolutionise steelmaking in years to come.
Perak’s economic growth to get RM 4billion boost from Vale Iron Ore Distribution Centre.
The first shipment from Moatize Coal Mine, operated by Vale in Tete Province, will leave Mozambique tomorrow, September 14, on board the Orion Express vessel. The batch of 35,000 metric tons of thermal coal was transported for 575 km along the Sena-Beira Railroad, on various trains. This was the first operation of its kind along the railroad in 28 years.
Brazilian mining giant Vale is not seeing any slowdown in the global iron ore market despite a growing crisis in Europe and a weak U.S. economy, Chief Executive Murilo Ferreira said in an interview on Thursday.
Vale is embarking on a campaign to hire 60 new underground miners at its operations in Sudbury. The Company also currently has postings for a number of other jobs, including engineers, supervisors, surface plant operators and tradespeople.
Vale to process 80Mt of tailings for revenues of US$4.5bn.
Brazil Steel Mill project on main track – Ceremonies for completion of the multi-purpose port and start of material handling conveyor belt operation .
Vale pays dividend to shareholders.
Vale – 2Q11 Production Report: Vale S.A. (Vale) operations had a solid performance in 2Q11, overcoming the effects of the adverse weather conditions faced in 1Q11.
Brazilian mining titan Vale SA (VALE) said Tuesday that it delivered its first coal by train from its Mozambican Moatize project to the port of Beira on Monday and expects to export the coal in August.
Vale reports a superb performance in the second quarter of 2011 (2Q11), which reflects our superior asset quality in a global environment of strong demand and high prices of minerals and metals.
Online mapping to boost Vale stockyard performance: Brazilian iron ore giant Vale recently began the second phase of technological upgrades at its Tubarão port stockyard in Espírito Santo.
Vale and government of São Paulo enter partnership to invest in logistics in the state.