Reutech Mining, a division of Reutech (Pty) Ltd is currently operating in more than 20 countries and is the manufacturer of one of the leading slope stability radar products available on the market. After a considerable amount of research and due diligence Reutech Mining says it has appointed two non-exclusive distributors in China and Mongolia to manage the distribution of its Movement and Surveying Radar product range. These distributors will augment the current distribution channels in North and South America, Russia and CIS countries, Australasia, India, Africa and Europe.Jan de Beer, Executive Manager for Reutech Mining, signed the distribution agreement in Beijing with CCTEG Shenyang branch on April 15, 2015 and with SCR Beijing on April 16, 2015. “Reutech Mining already has products in China, but the Chinese market is vast and lucrative. We have taken a great amount of care to appoint the right partners in this region. CCTEG was selected based on their experience in the coal mining industry while SCR Beijing was selected based on their experience in the hard rock mining industry. We are convinced that these partnerships will definitely contribute to mine safety in China and Mongolia and that it will be beneficial to all parties involved. Reutech Mining welcomes the new distributors to our family,” says de Beer.“This is a significant moment for CCTEG as the Chinese market is vast and lucrative and we are full of confidence working with Reutech into the future” says Ning Deyi, CEO of CCTEG Shenyang Research Institute. “We are very excited that Reutech Mining selected us as one of two distributors for the Chinese and Mongolian markets. With Reutech radar products included, SCR is now able to extend its offering of geotechnical monitoring products from traditional points and sections to covering entire slope faces that are under monitoring. This extension will significantly improve data coverage and accuracy. The capability of real time monitoring and failure warning mechanism from Reutech radar technology provides our users, mining operators in particular, with the-best-practice tool in seeking improved economical and productivity outcomes from managing slope failure hazards,” says Dr Yu Sheng, Managing Director of SCR.