Pavel Lykov

Business Development Director (Russia & CIS), RungePincockMinarco Limited

Accomplished business executive with over 16 years of experience in business development across diversified industries/sectors in Russia and CIS. Broad experience in all aspects of the customized solution lifecycle including: initial design and solution development, implementation, delivery and ongoing customer support and retention. Expertise in both direct sales and channel sales environment to maximise growth and development of new markets. Solid project delivery credentials, from complex contract negotiations to project setup, governance, risk mitigation and successful delivery.

Pavel joined RungePincockMinarco (RPM) in October 2012 as Business Development Director (Russia&CIS) and is responsible for identifying new business opportunities, establishing and maintaining business and strategic partnerships with key solutions, systems integrators and regional distributors, providing a better overall organisational reach and solution offering.

Using simulation as a tool to eliminate uncertainties when scheduling the mine

Why planned and actual mining production rates are different? Three pillars of mine planning: mine design, mine scheduling and simulation. Assumptions are used when equipment utilization is being planned which results in inaccurate mine schedule. Simulation is technique used by many industries to model real life and hypothetical situations. Value of simulation in planned mine context - fleet demands definition haulage network optimization, eliminating uncertainties when planning. Value of simulation in operating mine context - quickly find efficiencies and make changes to improve the productivity of your existing fleet as well as test scenarios using new equipment without disrupting production or any capital expenditure.




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