India’s mining sector is witnessing significant reforms in the recent past, and these policies are expected to transition the sector, hitherto dominated by state owned enterprises, to one where large private sector companies play a greatly increasing role. Such companies operate and benchmark globally, and are amenable to adopt state of art mining technology, equipment and services (METS), evaluating solutions as a value proposition.
In this backdrop, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organising the well-established IMME series, this time as IMME 2020 virtual mining exhibition between 2 December 2020 - 1 February 2021.
In this virtual exhibition, CII would allow exhibitors in the virtual booths to present company and product information (corporate write-up and video; information sets for each product, consisting of product write up, photo, pdf brochure, and You Tube or Vimeo video link), details of booth representative contacts, chat options, enquiry submission by SMS and e-mail, video chat and meetings), and provide real time downloadable visitor analysis.
CII has advised Standard Booth charges at US$342.20 nett ( 6 products, 2 booth representative details ) and Premium Booth charges at US$531.00 nett (12 products, 4 booth representative details), for the entire event dates.
Interested Australian Mining Companies would need to register with and make payment directly to CII, and Austrade would also support the Australian companies to connect with CII for participation.