The current environment of low commodity prices has made it critical for mining companies to improve productivity, innovate and optimise operations. Some of the world's latest mining innovations and technologies will be unveiled at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC), being staged in Melbourne next week.
The International Mining and Resources Conference is Australia’s largest mining conference and includes Mines and Money Australia, the country’s largest mining investment forum.
Now in its third year, it brings together over 2,500 mining leaders, policy makers, financiers, technical experts, innovators and educators to hear from over 200 international speakers for four days of learning, deal-making and unparalleled networking.
The IMARC exhibition is FREE to attend and will feature over 100 leading companies showcasing the latest innovations, technology and services for the mining industry.
The 2016 programme covers all aspects of mining and has already confirmed speakers from Rio Tinto, MMG, Barrick Gold,Newmont, OceanaGold, Oz Minerals, Centennial Coal, Evolution Mining, S2 Resources, PanAust, Roy Hill, Newcrest, Whitehaven Coal, Fortescue Metals Group, Hindustan Zinc (Vedanta), RWE Power, First Quantum Minerals, Tata Steel, Shenhua Watermark, CNNC International, Boliden, and many more.
International Mining and Resources Conference
The Excellence in Mining stream will look at the state of the industry, succeeding the downturn and reinvention and the path towards success.
The Investment stream will uncover various investment opportunities for current mining projects with presentations
The Technology stream will delve into big data, the internet of things (IoT), mobile devices, optimisation, and productivity through the use of technology.
The International Mining Summit will assist delegates in better understanding the global stage and current trends, international law, infrastructure, and attracting investment to your jurisdiction.
Delegates will learn the advantages of safety culture permeating through every level of mine site management in the Health & Safety stream.
For more information please visit www.imarcmelbourne.com
- Conference: 7-10 November 2016
- Exhibition: 8-10 November
- Workshops: 7 November 2016
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