Mining Indonesia 2011 in Jakarta on September 21-24 will bring together more than 750 companies from 34 countries covering an area of 27,000 square metres, indicating the huge potential in Indonesia’s mining sector.
The event will take place at the Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran and forms part of the Energy and Mining Indonesia Series of Trade Exhibitions which also includes three other specialized trade exhibitions in different halls - Building and Infrastructure Indonesia, Electric Indonesia and, Oil and Gas Indonesia.
Mining Indonesia 2011 is the 15th in its series and will be the largest in its history. With Indonesia’s mining sector booming, the government is expecting mining investment to keep on increasing year-on-year to reach US$6 billion by 2012 supported by greater certainty after the introduction of new mining regulations.
Set to take advantage of the huge opportunities in Indonesia, national pavilions from Australia and Germany will showcase the latest mining technology alongside equipment companies including Atlas Copco Fluidcon, Caterpillar, Ingersoll Rand, Daya Kobelco, Esco, Kobexindo Tractors, Liebherr, Mercedes Benz, MTU, Hexindo Adiperkasa, Hitachi, Hyundai, Suprabakti Mandiri, Renault Trucks, Trakindo Utama, TRX Build, United Tractors, Volvo Trucks, Weir Minerals and XGMA.
This year’s exhibition features the largest Australian group to date, with more than 100 Australian companies showcasing a huge array of products and equipment to be used in the mining sector. The Mining Village will again house Indonesia’s leading mining companies including Antam, Freeport, Indo Tambang and Newmont amongst others.
As with previous years a high level conference themed ‘The Challenges Under the New Mining Paradigm’, organized by the Indonesian Mining Association (IMA), will be held in conjunction with the exhibition.
Mining Indonesia has again garnered the full support from the Department of Energy and Mines, the IMA and the Indonesian Coal Mining Association.