The AXXIS™ is a fully programmable, accurate, easy, and safe to use electronic blasting system. The AXXIS™ system ticks the boxes on simplicity & functionality, making it the ideal tool for civil & mining projects. The AXXIS™ system was designed and developed in-house at BME, one of the largest explosives companies in Africa. BME has been operating on the continent for over 30 years and is listed on the Johannesburg stock exchange through its holding company, Omnia Holdings Limited. BME currently has a presence in 24 countries on 4 continents.
BME is the leading supplier of explosives to the South African underground, open pit and quarrying industries. Focusing on safety, supply security and value adding technical services, BME strives to remain at the forefront of technology by regularly participating in the research and trials of new blasting techniques and products, as well as attending and presenting at technical conferences worldwide. BME has operations in Botswana, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Namibia, South Africa, Senegal, Swaziland, Zambia, DRC, Mozambique, Angola, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe. BME also trades into the rest of Africa.
BME is a member of the Omnia Group, one of Africa’s leading agricultural and chemical companies listed on the JSE stock exchange. With over 30 years of experience, BME supplies explosives and related technical services to over 20 African countries, with additional operations in Indonesia, Australia, North and South America. Our supply chain capacity consists of an extensive logistical network ensuring our customers with security and consistency of supply.
The AXXIS™ Underground Centralized Blasting System allows underground mining operations to initiate blasts from a safe and convenient place on surface. The system allows real-time local monitoring with remote access monitoring capabilities. The monitoring features built into the system ensures that an up-to-date AXXIS™ Centralized Blasting System status and overview is available. This feature greatly improves the pre-and post-blasting decision-making processes.