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P&V have once again sponsored the Camborne School of Mines Team for the 44th International Mining Games
P&V have sponsored the Camborne School of Mines Team for the 44th International Mining Games hosted by the Missouri S&T in Missouri, USA.
The games will take place over two days, with the Men’s Survey on 25th March, with the main competition events taking place on Saturday 26th March 2022.
Since November 2021, the Men’s team have been training at King Edward Mine every Wednesday.
Ben Mantell-Jolly will be the Team Captain, the only competitor within the men’s team who competed at the last mining games. The team will consist of all years ranging from 1st year to 4th year (Masters). – we wish them well – look out for further updates.
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Here is Mick receiving his gift from P&V for 15 years service with the company.
Mick started working for P&V in June 2006 in the despatch warehouse then after 2 years progressed to work on the CNC machines – turning and milling bits in addition to turning end pieces then moved on to drilling button bits for tip hole insertion.
When the new Robot section was installed his role changed to working on several CNC machines – turning, milling and drilling, continuing to work on the Robot section until 2016 then left the shop floor to work in P.E.D (Production Engineering Department)
He now creates CNC programmes, 3D models and engineering drawings in addition to problem solving and working on tooling improvements.