More Driverless Trucks for BHP, Rio as Protection from Volatile Commodity Prices

By Vittorio Hernandez,

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The two biggest mining companies in Australia are expanding their driverless trucks fleet to protect their profits from the volatility of commodity prices in the international market.

Rio Tinto ( RIO ) has been using autonomous trucks in three of its mines to boost its competitiveness and operations efficiency.

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This article appears in: Investing Commodities
Referenced Stocks: RIO

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