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E M I SPRING 2013 S TA N D A R D M A C H I N E CAN ADA Smooth Operation By addressing each client’s machine part issues and maintaining superior quality control from start to finish, Standard Machine gears up for future growth. Standard Machine engineers custom solutions for clients in multiple sectors.. • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan “We engineer custom solutions to help reduce our clients’ maintenance costs and downtime.” // JASON YOUNG, vice president of sales Still targeting the mining industry, the company has expanded its industry reach into pulp and paper, chemical, steel mills, marine, transportation, military and aerospace applications. Standard Machine also is making headway into the oil and natural gas industries as well as the power generation arena. It manufactures a range of equipment including belt winches, feeder shafts, compactors and crushers, pulleys, flying shear arms and spindle couplings. “We engineer custom solutions to help reduce our clients’ maintenance costs and downtime,” says Jason Young, vice president of sales. “We try to find out everything we can about the clients’ operation, from what problems they’re experiencing to their power generation needs. “Standard Machine is unique in that it looks not only at the gears and gear components themselves,” Young asserts. [ B Y B A R B A R A M C H AT T O N ] What began in 1967 as a one-man mining equipment repair shop, Standard Machine has grown into a prominent enterprise that machines and fabricates mechanical power transmission drives, open gearing, baseplates and associated components. The company delivers its products across North America, Asia, South America and Europe. In 1995, Standard Machine acquired Hamilton Gear Engineering. PROFILE Standard Machine | Headquarters: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Service: Machine and gear works supplier | Employees: 127 142 PROBLEM SOLVERS Standard Machine engineers perform reverse-engineering analysis of the clients’ equipment. “Our engineers pore over the information to determine the machine’s weak spots and figure out where the problems are arising,” Young notes. Engineers then will propose some solutions to troubleshoot the issues as

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Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013
Washington, D.C.
Independent Exploration
Drilling Down
Pipeline Infrastructure
Marine Oil Terminals
Eagle Ford Shale
Monterey Shale
Marcellus Shale
Bakken Shale
Monitoring Fracking
Compliance Abroad
Public/Private Sales
Qv21 Technologies
PVR Partners LP
Lake Truck Lines
Aurcana/Rio Grande Mining Co. – Shafter Mine
Ruder Ware
Legacy Steel Buildings
Mineral Park Mine/Mercator Minerals Ltd.
Hearn Trucking LLC
John Fithian Contracting Co.
Chemex LLC
Global Diving & Salvage Inc.
Gold Spur Trucking
TAM International Inc.
Industrial Minerals Focus
The Mouat Company
Hi-Crush Partners
Mill Creek Sand and Gravel/Peaskie Minerals
Del Sol Industrial Services Inc.
Market & Johnson
Fortress Proppants
Canada Focus
Strategic Oil & Gas
Copper Fox Metals
Standard Machine
Gold Reach Resources
Treasury Metals Inc.
Canadian Zinc
Havlik Gear
The Final Shot

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2013