MiningWorld Central Asia Expects Exhibitors from 24 Countries

MiningWorld Central Asia Expects Exhibitors from 24 CountriesMining World Central Asia will be co-located with Kazcomak 2016, the 13th Kazakstan International Exhibition, and Metaltech 2016.

At least 250 companies from 24 nations around the world are expected to once again exhibit during the MiningWorld Central Asia 2016, the largest international mining and metallurgic exhibition in Central Asia and Kazakhstan.

The three-day event, happening on 14-16 September 2016 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, will bring together specialized companies around the world, including those from USA, Canada, Israel, Spain, Switzerland, China, Czech Republic, Russia, Poland, Norway, France, Australia, Germany and Turkey.

Mining World Central Asia will be co-located with Kazcomak 2016, the 13th Kazakstan International Exhibition, and Metaltech 2016, the 2nd Kazakhstan International Exhibition on Technologies and Equipment for Metalworking.

Sectors exhibiting during the mining event include mining environment, bulk materials handling, smelting and refining, metals and minerals processing, underground mining, surface mining, and mining and minerals exploration.

Organizers said the event has already become a meeting place for Kazakhstan mining and metallurgical industry stakeholders and industry professionals from over 31 nations.

Albert Rau, the vice minister of Kazakhstan’s investment and development, said the holding of the event makes significant contribution in stable development of mining in Kazakhstan. It also helps promote integration of advance technologies and information of the industry.

MiningWorld Central Asia 2016 Features Busy Business Program

Last year, MiningWorld Central Asia gathered 310 participating companies from 31 countries. The event occupied 11,682 square meters and over 3,100 square meters outside the pavilion, according to the International Audit. Over 4,000 people visited the three-day event last year.

This year, the three-day event will offer not visitors and guests not just a showcase of new mining and metallurgic products and equipment, but also a packed business program filled with seminars, round table discussions and presentations, and talks by companies around the world.

Among the highlights would be the discussion on “Geology and Mining Industry in South Africa: Potential for Cooperation. The discussion, sponsored by the South African Embassy in Kazakhstan, will discuss information on predictive resources as well as the possible volume of production that foreign partners could consider for future cooperation.