The BMR's mission is to promote the metal recycling business of the Middle East, protect the environment and share market information. International scrap recycling organizations; BMR have announced the dates for their 2018 conferences, taking place in the first quarter of 2018.
Metal Recycling Association of India has consecutively arranged four successful International Indian Metals Recycling conferences in 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2017 at Delhi, Mumbai, Delhi and Jaipur respectively. On an average 1000 Delegates out of which 300 are Foreign Delegates attended this Conferences. With your continuous trust and over whelming support MRAI is arranging its 5th International Indian Metals Recycling Conference on (17) 18, 19 January, 2018 at Hotel Grand Hyatt, Goa. This is a biggest opportunity for individuals to introduce their business in the International Market. More than 1300 delegates are expected to attend this conference from world over in GOA to visit beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture. It has rich flora and fauna, owing to its location on the Western Ghats range, a biodiversity hotspot.
With Chinese government ordering closure of scrap fed mills, the likelihood of scrap reaching the international trade market from Chinese shores cannot be ruled out. What will happen next? How will the global scrap market be impacted? The conference aims at unraveling the generation of scrap in China and its impact on global scrap trade. Pakistan's steel sector is on upswing and Bangladesh is showing no signs of slowing down. Interpretation of growth drivers and longevity of demand of these two emerging economies forms a part of the conference. South East Asia particularly Vietnam and Indonesia have fuelled the demand of scrap and semi-finished products. Comprehending their appetite and sourcing patterns will be quite interesting. Promulgation of Indian metal recycling policy is keenly awaited. The conference will try to assess its likely impact along with the sustainability of rising Indian steel exports. Steelmakers have been impacted adversely by the low steel prices, they are exploring ways and means to increase their profitability. How this can be done technologically is what technology giants like Primetals, Danieli and Tenova will enlighten the conference about. How will the low Chinese steel prices, increasing scrap supply and environmental norms impact the ship breaking industry and consequently the scrap supply will also be explored at the conference.
This new event is designed to provide comprehensive recycling market insight to industry professionals, waste management professionals, the government sector, environmentalists and other interested parties. A unique conference program allows participants to select the topics most interesting to them. All sessions feature prominent industry figures and essential insights. By combining the best attributes of a CONFerence and an EXhibition the CONFEX delivers unique value in the form of industry insight, networking and a look at technology and machinery. Delegates can register for one session, or the entire event.
Bangladesh continues to be one of Asia’s most emerging markets in Steel, Cement & Power sector with growing need for technologies and raw materials such as Coal, Billet, Scrap, Sponge/HBI, Pig iron & HRC. SteelMint Events proposes to organize the 2nd edition of Coal, Steel & Raw Material Conference – Emerging Bangladesh which sets up a unique platform to bring key industry leaders together with global suppliers to discuss technology, trends, fresh ideas and potential business opportunities. The 2-day international ConfEx (Conference cum Exhibition) will be attended by major raw material and technology suppliers from all over the world with an objective to network with steel, cement and power producers & traders in Bangladesh.
The management of End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV) is an increasingly important issue in India. Government's initiative to bring policy for organized and mandatory auto recycling, India has potential to become one of largest auto recycling region. SteelMint Events is conducting a conference “Scrap Recycling – Emerging Markets” which is largely focused on scope of Auto Recycling in India. This conference will give an excellent opportunity for those involved in the governmental and regulatory sector as well as automobile manufacturers, battery and component suppliers, technology suppliers and the auto repair, salvage and scrap metal sectors. It will provide local insights in a global context while also offering tremendous networking opportunities
The Conference will cover topics on all aspects of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Recycling in India. Government Dignitaries from Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Shipping, DGFT, Ministry of Steel, Ministry of Environment and Forest will attend this event. Secondary Metal Producers, Scrap Traders, Processors, Consumers, Inspection Agencies, Shipping Lines, CFS, Clearing Agencies, Recycling Equipment and Machinery Manufacturers and other service providers related to Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals will attend this event from world over. This event will bring trade and policy makers together for interactive sessions.
SteelMint Events proposes to organize an International Steel and Raw Material Conference in Chittagong, Bangladesh, scheduled on 11-12th December 2015. The broad objective of this international summit is to bring together global scrap, DRI, HRC, billet and technology suppliers and buyers on a single platform for networking, trade and knowledge sharing. The conference should open up newer opportunities for trade, investment and raw material supply in Bangladesh.
The apex body of Indian ferrous, non-ferrous and alloy processors, importers, traders, consumers and machinery manufacturers, expects around 1000 delegates from all over the world to attend the event.Various hot topics will be discussed at the event – the programme highlights include a spotlight on India's automotive industry as well as a an update on the stainless steel and secondary steel expansion 2020.
The 2014 Middle East Metals Recycling Conference will offer insight into a range of topics, including:
â€¢ the global and regional supply and demand landscape for copper, aluminium, ferrous, stainless steel, precious metal and electronic scrap;
â€¢ updates on customs and regulatory issues affecting traders and shippers;
â€¢ presentations on processing methods and techniques in the scrap industry; and
â€¢ a half-day End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) Workshop (additional fee required).
This yearâ€™s event is not to be missed. It promises to bring together the entire supply chain and provides the perfect platform for knowledge sharing and networking and the unparalleled opportunity to do business with producers and consumers from around the globe.
Benefits of attending:
Â· Gain vital insight into the global steel scrap markets
Â· Learn the future of steel scrap pricing
Â· Understand how changes in global demand are going to affect you
Â· Evaluate the most efficient procurement strategies
Â· Review the current and emerging technologies available for scrap processing
Â· Discover how to increase efficiency through burdening and utilisation of impurities
Â· Analyse the future of steel scrap availability
Â· Network with senior level decision makers from across the global supply chain.
Who Should Attend?
The event is designed for everyone in the Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals trade viz. all Metals Manufacturers, Scrap Traders, Processors, Consumers, Indentors, Inspection Agencies, Shipping Lines, CFS, Clearing Agencies, Recycling Equipment and Machinery Manufacturers, and other service providers related to Steel Industry.Why Attend?
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