International exhibitions and conferences have always been and are a clear indicator of the state of a particular sector of the economy, as well as the interest in it from large international businesses.
The next week in Almaty will be held under the sign of the mining and metallurgical industry – from September 20 to 22, representatives of 370 companies from 35 countries will come to the pavilions of the Atakent KCBC to take part in the 28th International Mining and Metallurgical Exhibition – Mining and Metals Central Asia 2023. This event, being almost the same age as the independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, will take place on a space measuring more than 15.5 thousand square meters, and the street exhibition in the very center of Atakent will be presented with more than 40 samples of impressive and large special equipment for mining.
The grand scale of the event and the impressive numbers of the exposition are due to the constant and sustainable growth of this sector of the economy. The mining and metallurgical complex forms up to 10% of the republic’s gross domestic product and attracts a stable flow of investment. Last year, the MMC implemented 19 investment projects with a total value of more than 230 billion KZT, within the framework of which 3,500 new jobs were created for Kazakhstanis. In general, over the past year, the sector received more than a trillion KZT of capital investments – 606.3 billion in metallurgy and 689.2 billion in the mining of metal ores. As a result, the share of the mining and metals industry in all investments in fixed assets in the industry of Kazakhstan reached 20%.
The Kazakhstan market is interesting to international players. Exhibitions are always a reflection of cooperation and the potential of a particular sector of the economy. The geography of participants in Mining and Metals Central Asia 2023 is wide: these are Australia and Great Britain, Germany and Israel, India and Iran, Spain and Italy, Canada and China, the Netherlands and Norway, Poland and the USA, Turkey and Finland, France and Switzerland, Sweden and South Korea and, of course, representatives of Kazakhstan.
If we talk about specific companies, they include major industry players: FLSmidth, Metso, Sandvik Mining, Weir Minerals, Nord Minerals, Interrin, Orica, Epiroc, BelAZ, Kamaz, Silumin, Promgeoplast and many others. At their stands they will present the latest developments – machines, equipment and technologies for mining industries, mining and processing combines, technological solutions for security, digitalization, automation, special equipment and much more. The exhibition will traditionally feature a rich business program.
At the same time, in parallel with Mining and Metals Central Asia, another international event – Kazcomak 2023 will be held, the central theme of this exhibition is road and industrial construction and municipal equipment. Its participants will be Eurasian Machinery, Kazakhstan Jinghong Engineering Machiner, Reschke Rus, Sevalo Engineering Machinery Kazakhstan, SUNLONG and others.
Both of these events provide participants and visitors with unique networking opportunities – meetings with existing partners and the search for new suppliers, exchange of experience and direct negotiations with exhibitors, familiarization with new trends in the mining and metals industry.
All of this – a large number of international participants, a business program and a networking platform – make exhibitions key events in the industry. This is what allows exhibitions to maintain leadership and attract more and more professionals and industry participants every year.
You can get a ticket to the Mining and Metals Central Asia 2023 exhibition by registering on the official website.Related Topics