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Responding to the sector's accounting challenges along the value chain
In a world on climate change red alert, the environmental performance of mining and metals companies is increasingly in focus for investors and governments alike. Innovation and technological transformation can lower the cost of capital, reduce operating costs and enhance a company’s licence to operate. Developments such as artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, solar and battery power for mining operations, and zero emission steel production are just a few examples of how companies are exploring new ways of delivering value and sustainability.
Our mining and metals practice can help your company respond to the big changes reshaping the industry and the world around it. We advise on areas including strategic change and transformation, industry consolidation, supply chain efficiency, performance improvement, talent management, cost reduction, digitalisation and technological innovation.
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Global shifts in economic power, climate change and raw material demands, and the potential for supply chain disruption continue to challenge the metals industry. The threat of new market entrants, volatile energy costs and government regulation also remain on the agenda of many metals CEO.
We work with UK based organisations involved in ferrous and non-ferrous primary and secondary metals production, including the UK operations of overseas firms.
We advise on areas including industry consolidation, supply chain efficiency, performance improvement, talent management, cost reduction and digital security.