ABOUT
It takes more than just crushing, beneficiation or even refining to operate a mining or processing concern profitably.
Since its establishment in 1997, Minalysis has developed a reputation for identifying cost saving and revenue enhancing strategies between the mine gate and market by working harmoniously with producers, consumers, traders and financiers.

We remain objective and impartial.

Therefore we are able to reveal transparencies in transactions that are often obscured.

Minalysis' successful development commenced from an identified niche, which demonstrated that consulting and contracting services in the mining industry need not be constrained to technical services such as geology, metallurgy and construction.

Minalysis recognised that, historically, many small to medium sized operators consigned the marketing and commercial aspects of the operation (mine gate to market) to trading companies, agents and/or financiers, often on the basis of receiving development funding and working capital facilities.

Minalysis began by providing a broad range of marketing and commercial services from product evaluation and customer identification through to contract negotiation, logistics implementation, risk management, systems design, marketing and administrative support and project management and fundraising advisory services.

Ongoing success, market demand and client requirements resulted in Minalysis' expansion in 2003 to include further areas of high-level support for senior management and companies' boards. These services now fall into two distinct divisions: Minalysis clearly gives its clients the ability to utilise specialist corporate, marketing, financial and commercial skills without unnecessarily or prematurely relinquishing control over their companies or products. This fact is not lost on organisations that understand that exceptional corporate governance and the maximisation of shareholder value are equally important as the product quality assurance chain.
MINALYSIS - the Corporate Resource Specialists



Mr R J (Rob) Nachum : B. Bus (Marketing), 
Founder & Managing Director of Minalysis Pty Limited
Founder & Executive Producer of Imediat Communications
Rob has spent more than two decades specialising in all aspects of the commercial operations within the non-ferrous bulk commodities and metals industries internationally: in essence, a mine gate to market speciaist.

Prior to establishing Minalysis, he held senior marketing, finance, analytical and management positions within Pasminco, The Normandy Group and AIDC Ltd and was involved in all aspects of concentrate marketing, joint venture and logistic management and metal risk management.

Since establishing Minalysis in early 1997, Rob has advised clients continuously on specific domestic and international concentrate marketing issues, provided corporate advisory services, arranged finance, established "BOOT" style environments for marketing & logistics operations, structured and negotiated contracts of sale as well as complex mulit-modal logistics chains, undertaken proprietary market research & analysis as well as lecturing in mineral marketing and exporting at the Key Centre for Mines (UNSW).

As well as advisory services, Minalysis provides physical marketing & logistics opearational services and as such is a registered export agent within the framework of Australian Customs.



Mr R (Bob) Hair : B.A. (Hons), Barrister of the Supreme Court of Queesnland 
Principal Advisor - Corporate
Bob has over 25 years' experience as a lawyer, including over 14 years in the resources sector. From 1989 until 1997, he had different roles as an international commercial lawyer and commercial manager and general manager for MIM, in various capacities in Australia and overseas. Roles within MIM included Company Secretary of Highlands Gold Limited (a publicly listed MIM subsidiary), GM Commercial with the MIM worldwide exploration division and General Manager Organisation of Minera Alumbrera in Argentina.

From May 1997 to September 1998 he was the General Manager Commercial of Highlands Pacific Limited, a Papua New Guinean based minerals exploration and mining company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. This position involved general management and commercial responsibilities, as well as those of the chief financial officer.

Bob currently provides corporate, legal/business, risk management and other commercial assistance as a consultant to different companies within the resources and information technology industries. He is company secretary of several public and proprietary companies and is a non-executive Director of Carpentaria Exploration Limited.



Mr R W (Bob) Jones : Bachelor Applied Science, Assoc. Dip. Primary Metallurgy 
Principal Advisor - Technology and Operational Management
Bob is a metallurgist and has spent more than four decades in the resources industry, primarily copper, lead and zinc, in mainly operational, strategic and technical roles in both mining and refining. Throughout his career he has been actively involved in the zinc industry, including executive positions with the International Lead Zinc Research Organization and the American Zinc Association.

Bob has held numerous executive and non-executive directorships. He is currently a Director of Terramin Australia Limited. As Terramin's former COO, he oversaw the development of the Angas Zinc Project in South Australia and was involved in the preliminary phases of the Oued Amizour Project.

Previously, Bob spent a number of years as President of US Operations for Pasminco Limited, most notably responsible for the Tennessee zinc mining and smelting operations, and as GM of the company's Port Pirie lead smelter. In all roles, his modus operandi was that of change agent aimed at improving cost effective business performance. The overall performance of assets under his control improved some 15 to 25 percent in each case. During his time at Port Pirie he was also responsible for the recycling joint venture alongside Simsmetal.

Prior to Pasminco, Bob was involved with the copper assets of CRA (now Rio Tinto) at Port Kembla, NSW, Australia. He headed up the operation and was responsible for the construction of the new copper technology in the late eighties. His experiences, while technically focused, include a strong people component.