Registration Opens for AIMEX.
Sydney is gearing up for what will be one of the most important events of a decade when Australia's largest and longest running mining exhibition and conference opens in August. Registrations for Asia-Pacific's International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) 2019 edition are now open with more than 6,000 mining industry professionals and an additional 2,000 exhibitor personnel set to take over Sydney's Showgrounds across three days from August 27-29.
For the second year, a free-to-attend multistream mining conference will be embedded within the exhibition providing visitors with a unique opportunity to hear from mining innovators and disruptors at the same venue where the technology is on show.
The AIMEX Conference, managed by Davey Bickford Enaex, will focus on key themes surrounding the changing of mindsets and how to survive the impact of future technological, social and environmental changes. The conference will also look at the rise of automation and robotics and the use of AR and VR to enhance safety training for staff among other topics.
In a first for AIMEX, five of Australia's biggest mining companies will also come together to create the AIMEX Mining Pavilion. Centennial Coal, Glencore, Mach Energy and Whitehaven Coal will join Yancoal Australia to outline their own enterprises, connect with suppliers and drive their own recruitment strategies.
Caption: AIMEX organizers are expecting more than 400 exhibitors to showcase services in Sydney.
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|Publication:||Coal Age (1996)|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2019|
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