About Us

about-us

Losugen – Dedicated to Quality & Innovation

Losugen is an engineering company specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of products used for Wear Protection, Conveyance and Ore Separation in Mining and Material handling industries. Losugen is based out of Perth, Australia and has been servicing these industries since 2002.

As manufacturers of rubber lining brand such as Aggression, ceramic brand such as DMAC and Screen and Mill Linings brand such as Tornado, Losugen services and exports products around the globe. It is active in mining and materials handling industries all across Australia as well as South East Asia and Papua New Guinea.

Over the years, Losugen has developed a solid reputation for providing customised solutions, quality long wearing products and quick turn-around times from order through to installation.

Losugen is a group company of Tega Industries Limited. Established in 1976, Tega Industries Limited is a global leader in the design & production of consumables for the mineral beneficiation, mining & bulk solids handling industry. Tega offers a range of abrasion and wear resistant products and services required for mining, mineral processing, screening, grinding, material handling and beneficiation of minerals.

Tega and Losugen’s philosophy is to uphold traditional values through the empowerment of professionals, providing technical and economically unrivalled solutions to complex problems in mining, beneficiation, power, material handling and engineering.

Tega has manufacturing facilities in India, South Africa, Australia and Chile, and exports its products & solutions to 72 countries. It has sales & distribution network across 16 countries and 1600 employees across the globe.

Our Vision :
“Committed to engineering flawless solutions that enrich the future of mining”

Our Mission :
“To distinguish ourselves in providing lasting solutions to the complex problems of material handling, wear and separation of ores found in mining and mineral processing industries”