AIMEX announces the return of theme days in August

first_imgAIMEX 2013 will maintain its deep engagement across the entire mining industry with the return of its very popular industry “theme days”, covering the key issues of women in mining, mine site safety and new ways to increase industry productivity. Three theme days will form an important element of Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition – AIMEX, to be held at the Sydney Showground from August 20-23, 2013 and which will be attended by IM. The exhibition will have more than 600 exhibitors, covering an area of over 45,000 m2, with a focus on the latest innovations aimed at driving increased productivity, cost efficiency and mine optimisation.High-profile speakers at the AIMEX 2013 theme days include the Australian Coal Association’s Dr Nikki Williams, and Beaconsfield mine tragedy survivor Brant Webb. “These theme days – which help us ensure a deep engagement with the mining community at all levels – have proved to be a popular feature of Reed Mining Events’ structured portfolio of premium mining industry events since they were pioneered at AIMEX 2011,” said Exhibition Director Paul Baker. “They are an ideal complement to the exhibition’s key role in introducing the mining industry to the latest productivity and efficiency enhancing developments, providing additional opportunities for networking and learning more about key issues affecting the industry. Since their successful introduction at AIMEX 2011, we have incorporated them into our regional mining events, including the 2012 Queensland Mining & Engineering (QME) Exhibition in Mackay, the 2012 Mining & Engineering NSW exhibition in Newcastle, and Kalgoorlie’s 2012 Goldfields Mining Expo.”He adds: “They draw a great deal of visitor interest, and provide numerous networking and discussion opportunities. AIMEX 2013’s combination of a strong exhibitor focus on innovation and productivity improvements, in conjunction with our highly popular mining industry theme days, means we will deliver an exhibition that is set to exceed the benchmarks achieved during our outstanding edition in 2011.”last_img

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