The inaugural Indonesia Miner, held on 11-12 April 2018 at The Westin Hotel Jakarta, Indonesia, represents an exciting new event for the country’s developing mining industry. Continuing the themes of the Regional Technical Conference series, Indonesia Miner will examine ways in which the industry can enhance its development in Indonesia.
The event will feature four conference streams: Indonesia Mining Projects, Surface and Underground Mining, Mine Haulage and Mineral Processing. The event will also include a mini exhibition showcasing the latest developments and technology from the event sponsors.
Additionally, the event will hold an Industrial Networking Dinner hosted by Djakarta Mining Club and Coal Club Indonesia.
The Indonesia Mining Projects stream will focus on the mining outlook for Indonesia, including government policies, investment opportunities and updated project showcases.
The Surface and Underground Mining stream will explore the latest technological operational developments in blasting, safety, mine design, operation automation and reclamation. It will also focus on improving efficiency and lowering costs in challenging underground mining environments.
Mine Haulage will focus on real world solutions that help keep operations efficient, safe and profitable.
In the Mineral Processing stream, attendees will learn about recent developments, technologies and techniques for mineral processing. The technical program will focus on practical methods of optimising plant processes to achieve better results from crushing, grinding, gravity separation, mineral liberation and tailing disposal.
Indonesia Miner is organised by the team behind the established publication and online news service that is The ASIA Miner. The team also organise the Regional Technical Conference series, which includes Sumatra Miner as well as Djakarta Mining Club and Coal Club Indonesia.
This event is supported by Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia, Ministry of Industry of Indonesia, Indonesia Mining Services Association (ASPINDO), Indonesia Smelter Enterprises Association (AP3I) and Australian Mining Chamber (AUSMINCHAM).
For further information visit http://indonesiaminer.com