Taking projects from exploration to development and beyond.

MinAssist specialises in providing expert advice to companies making the transition from minerals exploration to project development. With 20 years of experience in project evaluation, development and optimisation MinAssist is the perfect partner to get the most out of your project.

Our Capabilities

Operational Mineralogy

Operational mineralogy brings advanced mineralogical analysis techniques to site without the need for expert mineralogists.

Mineral Processing

The MinAssist team has serviced the mineral processing industry all over the world for the last 20 years.

Study Management

MinAssist specialise in process development, along with general project management of studies.

Digital Mineral Processing

Digital Mineral Processing captures various facets of digital transformation within a minerals processing operation.


We approach Geometallurgy from the processing perspective, working closely with geologists to create robust models.

Research & Development

MinAssist believes that Research and Development shouldn’t just be the realm of academic institutions and Tier 1 companies.


Over 20 years MinAssist has developed experience in processing and mineralogy for a wide range of commodities.

Specialising in gold, copper and base metals MinAssist has also done extensive work with critical and battery metals.

We strongly believe that this breadth of experience allows us to provide more comprehensive solutions.


A useful digital guide for using process mineralogy to enhance your operation & save money.

Our Clients

MinAssist works with a variety of clients from junior miners and academic institutions to large multinationals and industry leaders. Listed below is just a small sample of some of these organisations we have worked with.


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