U&M launches its Talents Bank!!
U&M launches its Talents Bank!! The new system for registering personal and professional information of people interested in working at U&M. The system facilitates the hiring process. Through the talent bank it will be possible to create employment processes, receive and select CV’s electronically. To access curriculum registration page, the applicant must enter U&M website (www.uem.com.br), click on Work With Us tab and register.
With this tool HR department will have all key information about potential candidates for a vacant position.
A tool totally developed by our internal IT team. Congratulations to all involved!
In November 2020, U&M received from the RIOGaleão Cargo Airport, the Certificate of the most efficient company in the Logistics Efficiency Program for imports in 2019. The efficiency award measures the length of stay of the loads of each importer in their respective operating segment and the number of loads of these importers. U&M remains … Continue reading Logistics Efficiency Award
After undergoing internal and external audits in recent months, U&M started 2021 certified in ISO 45001: 2018 – Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – replacing OHSAS 18001. In addition to ISO 45001 certification, our management system also includes ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 14001: 2015, reinforcing our commitment to high management standards of quality, … Continue reading U&M is ISO 45001 certified
U&M is at the September 2019 edition of Brasil Mineral Magazine, on a technical article, written by our Innovation Director, Gustavo Giarolla, about U&M Autonomous Mining Truck. To access the original article in Portuguese, click the image below.
The first Hitachi EX 5500-6 excavator in the world to be repowered with two 12V4000 MTU engines went into operation in June 2019 at the Sossego mine in Brazil. With great commitment from U&M team (Central, UMYA and UMSS) and support from MTU (Brazil and USA) it was possible to install the engines and connect … Continue reading Pioneer EX 5500-6 repower with MTU engines