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DEC 2012

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L&H Industrial, Inc. As a world leader in the mining aftermarket parts and service industry, with a demonstrated high safety standard, L&H Industrial has been leading the way designing, engineering and manufacturing superior products to meet customer's needs since 1964. L&H is a global leader in alternative enhanced replacement parts for draglines, shovels and drills. As well, L&H has now expanded offerings to include the repair of all major components on the mineral processing side of mining used in crushing, milling, screening, concentration and dewatering. L&H excels in designing and building custom parts to meet the most demanding schedules and requirements, using state of the art technology and equipment. Known by reputation throughout the mining industry, L&H's quality engineered alternative OEM parts come with a full warranty and installation if needed. In the transmissions market, L&H is proud to offer direct OEM replacements. Transmissions can be installed by the customer or L&H Field Services and our offer- ings for CAT/Bucyrus and Joy Global/P&H machines continue to grow. As well, our exclusive L&H Omega transmissions are designed to improve torque, extend life, reduce maintenance and lower the total cost of ownership. When it comes to heavy mobile equipment, L&H offers exchange hydraulic cylinders, pins, level links, bell cranks and linkage parts for loaders, and will soon offer planetary gearing and planetary rebuilds for mobile equipment. We can now also offer mechanical, electrical and hydraulic trouble shooting and repair with a team of well-trained service technicians that are MSHA qualified electricians with extensive experience. Our full-service fleet of drivers allows us to pick up components that need to be repaired or exchanged. In our manufacturing center in Sheridan, Wyoming, L&H recently installed a new CTX Gamma 3000 TC, a CNC universal turning machine from DMG. The CTX incorporates seven separate axis of motion, which can be used simultaneously to produce the most complex parts, and expands our efficiency with smaller batch sizes and shorter delivery times. The ability to manufacture the highest quality and Recently installed in our manufacturing center in Sheridan, WY, the CTX Gamma 3000 TC increases efficiency with smaller batch sizes and shorter delivery times. control costs by utilizing a single machine to turn, mill, drill, thread and machine splines, among many other capabilities, define L&H's commitment to producing the highest quality parts for our customers. The machine also incorporates a probing cycle that can audit the accuracy of the parts produced; this assures continued consistency in the high quality L&H has always maintained. L&H Industrial, Inc. is headquartered in Gillette, Wyoming. Other U.S. based offices outside of Gillette, WY include: Sheridan, WY; Phoenix, AZ; Tucson, AZ and globally in Antofagasta, Chile; Cananea, Sonora, Mexico; Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico; and McKay, Queensland, Australia. Headquarters: L&H Industrial, Inc. 913 L&J Court Gillette, WY 82718 USA Tel: (307) 682-7238 L&H Industrial, Inc. 1909 Commercial Ave. Sheridan, WY 82801 USA Tel: (307) 674-4431 L&H Mexico Calle Puertecitos No. 5 Col. Minera Cananea, Sonora Mexico C.P. 84620 Tel: (011) 52-645-332-6161 L&H Industrial, Inc. 1710 Broadway Tempe, AZ 85282 USA Tel: (480) 968-6141 L&H offers transmissions for shovels, draglines and drills. L&H Chile Zapallar N 664 Playa Blanca Antofagasta, Chile Tel: (011) 56-55-560156 Calle Estano #131 Col. Cruz Del Aire Saltillo, Coahuila Mexico C.P. 25296 Tel: (011) 52-844-431-2363 L&H Industrial, Inc. 691 E. 20th St. #121 Tucson, AZ 85719 USA Tel: (520) 882-8007 Company Profile - Paid Advertisement L&H Australia Unit 3/16 Transport Avenue Nexus Business Park Paget, MacKay QLD 4740, Australia Tel: 011 (61) 7-4952-5855

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