Asia’s biggest and most influential event for the global mining industry, the 15th annual China Mining Conference and Exhibition, will be held in Tianjin, China, from November 2-5.
China, as one of the largest mining investors and the biggest energy consumer in the world, is attracting the global mining community to meet in Tianjin in a bid to boost investment, cooperation and trade amongst the global mining industry and China.
Many leading Chinese mining enterprises have been confirmed to attend China Mining, including China National Gold Group Corporation, China Nonferrous Metal Mining (Group) Co, China Metallurgical Geology Bureau, China Minmetals Corporation, Shandong Gold Group, CHINALCO Aluminum Corporation of China, Yunnan Chihong Zinc & Germanium Co, Datong Coal Mine Group Co, Zijin Mining Group Company, Shandong Zhaojin Group Co, Tianjin North China Geological Exploration Bureau, Tianjin Mining Exchange, Tianjin ZRHL Group Co and many others.
These companies will be present at the exhibition and conference to discuss possibilities of investment, cooperation and trade within the global mining community.
There are also more than 20 country booths booked in this year’s event which will occupy 20,000 square metres with around 10 country sessions taking place during the conference program, including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Greenland, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Kenya, South Africa, Russia, CIS countries and others. To provide further match making services, the China Mining Organizing Committee collects exhibitor information, including project summaries and mineral identifications, to provide detailed information to investors and potential partners.
Hosted by the China Ministry of Land Resources, China Mining 2013 will be held at Meijiang Convention Center in Tianjin. As one of the world’s largest mineral investment, cooperation and trading platforms, China Mining covers the entire value chain, including geological surveying, exploration development, mining rights and mineral trading, mining investment & financing, smelting & processing, technique & equipment, mining services and many more.
Last year, China Mining featured more than 6000 delegates, 430 exhibitors from 60 countries and 22 foreign mining ministers attended as well.