McLanahan Corporation is to showcase some of the latest design developments in its minerals processing equipment on Stand 5716 during AIMEX – Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition 2011, to be held at Sydney’s Olympic Park, Homebush, from September 6-9 this year. Custom-designed equipment, including new DDC sizers used in wet coal processing along with high capacity scrubbers for improving iron ore yields and options – and described by the company as innovative products combining high capacity with low footprint product sizing.In addition, McLanahan Corporation, established in the US 176 years ago, will have specialists on hand to discuss a range of hard minerals processing applications, from primary crushing to tailings de-watering solutions and automated product sampling. Based in Newcastle, the corporation’s Australian division, McLanahan Australia, offers mineral and aggregate processing and bulk material sampling equipment. In 1835, McLanahan was founded by James Craig McLanahan in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania and the company began as a modest foundry. Currently, McLanahan is one of the oldest family-owned business’ in the US. It is one of the world leaders in the manufacturing of processing equipment and systems for mineral and aggregate industries globally.