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IMEX 2014 Conference & Exhibition


In 2014, the mining industry will convene in Las Vegas at the International Mining Expo (IMEX2014).  With a wide-ranging international exhibition, IMEX2014 will provide attendees with a forum to critically evaluate suppliers and new technologies with an objective of improving productivity and operational efficiencies.

The conference program will focus on the most pressing operating issues and opportunities for surface and underground mining: Safety, Operational/Productivity Excellence, Mineral Processing, Outlook/Investment, Mining Exploration, Innovations in Mining, and Equipment/Asset Management.

http://www.imex2014.com

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