Visit of STAL Technology Pilot Plant in Indonesia

The main aim if the visit was to introduced the STAL technology (commercial, technical, operational). Caribbean Nickel Group provided nickel samples from Cuba for laboratory testing. Trinitan Group presented and discussed the advantages of STAL Technology to CEH, AEN, and CN. Additionally, a technical Q&A session was conducted with Nickel and Geology experts from AEN/CN alongside the TG team. 
This collaborative engagement demonstrates the commitment of industry leaders to explore innovative and sustainable solutions in the field of resource management. The meeting paves the way for further discussions and potential collaborations, with a focus on harnessing the capabilities of STAL Technology. 
AEN Raw Materials, together with its partners, aims to leverage the potential of STAL Technology and drive positive advancements in the utilization of natural resources for a greener and more sustainable future. For more information click here.

AEN Raw Materials is establishing international industrial-academic collaboration

Strengthening the bridge between academia and industry through the Academia-Industry Collaboration is for us one of the key pillars for advancing in the critical and strategic materials supply chain.

It is through these collaborations that the innovative ideas for sustainable and innovative mining solutions come to us, keeping the industry in check and making it viable.

In order to improve the San Felipe Mining Project and to provide local students with the opportunity to gain experience and participate in ongoing mining operations, under the auspices of the Cuban Ambassador in Slovakia, we established cooperation with the Mining University of Moa together with the Slovak Technical University in Kocise – Faculty of Mining and Metallurgy. This transnational academic – industrial cooperation will ensure the linkage of skills and knowledge of mining in emerging markets.