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Bringing together mining in Asia-Pacific

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Sourcing the one-cent cost-savings and one-percent improvements in efficiency across production operations has become imperative for mining companies, which continue to grapple with lower commodity prices, restricted budgets and fewer personnel.

But despite these challenging conditions, the Australian mining industry is projected to deliver AUS$233.7 billion in revenue, which translates to a profit of AUS$90.7 billion, generated by 5826 enterprises.*

To facilitate this growth and future opportunities throughout the Asia-Pacific region, the 2015 edition of Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) will provide attending mining professionals with the knowledge, tools and expertise to maximise their performance.

With AIMEX to get underway in just over five months, mining companies and professionals have numerous reasons to attend the biennial business-to-business mining event, including:

  • Dedicated international supplier pavilions from the US, Canada, China, France and Germany, providing access to alternative global supplier options.
  • Over 300 suppliers are confirmed for AIMEX in 2015.
  • Access to major global suppliers such as Cavotec, Cummins, Davey Bickford, Flexco, Hexagon Mining, Hitachi, Kal Tire, SEW Eurodrive and TOMORA Sorting Solutions.

Attendees to AIMEX 2015 will also have the opportunity of attending various speaker, knowledge-sharing and innovation update sessions, as well as networking functions including the AIMEX Industry Dinner.

“The beauty of AIMEX lies in the symbiotic relationship between exhibiting suppliers and attending mining professionals, who have the rare opportunity of conducting face-to-face business,” said Paul Baker, Director of REEDMININGEVENTS. “This will enable mining companies striving for better efficiency and cost-effectiveness across their operations to achieve better overall performance. As the pinnacle of mining trade events in 2015, AIMEX will deliver mining professionals with the innovations that generate greater productivity and boost bottom-lines.”

* World Industry Report B – Mining in Australia – Time for a change: The division is shifting from investment to production.

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