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RSC’s international team has a broad range of geological experience, knowledge and expertise. We can run projects from early stage exploration through to development, operations, project close-out and sustainable environmental remediation. RSC’s team comprises geological consultants, project and logistic managers, data management professionals, contract geologists and savvy technical personnel with experience spanning the mining cycle.
RSC has established global key alliances with other independent industry professionals allowing us to offer clients an all-round geological consulting and exploration management experience. Technical excellence is at the foundation of everything we do and we aim to exceed all cliental expectations as we offer full transparency and customised geological services.
No matter what the location, scope or complexity, RSC provides practical geological solutions that add genuine value to all our clients’ projects. Our business success stems from understanding our client needs and current market trends; caring for our team by ensuring job satisfaction and professional development; and operating with integrity and transparency at all times. In a volatile market we see these key elements as non-negotiable.
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