Peru is poised for further growth with the upturn in commodity prices making formerly marginal projects, across its diversified mineral base, viable. Forty-five major projects worth over US$46 billion are forecast for 2017-21 and of the 14% of land subject to concession less than 2% is potentially available for exploration. While local capability, together with the presence of international firms, have increased, the market is relatively under-serviced. Clear opportunities to win business are available to those offering solutions to water, environmental, community relations, skills and safety challenges, along with those able to deliver mine performance improvements.
PERUMIN has been central to the successful market entry and expansion strategies of many Australian METS firms, attracting more than 100,000 visitors and delegations from 13 countries in 2015, including senior executives, mine superintendents, procurement managers and technical staff from leading firms. Peruvian mining companies are well disposed to Australian solutions and readily accessible at our well-positioned and highly recognisable Australian Pavilion and related business development activities.
Please review the Exhibitors Regulations from the Institute of Mining Engineers (IIMP), organisers of Perumin-Extemin 2017.
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Australian METS providing efficient solutions to enhance productivity:
For detailed information about this event and the participation package, please refer to the event brochure (pdf).
For a limited number of new-to-market participants, Austrade is able to offer a significantly reduced-price visitor’s package, still including the benefits associated with the Australian Pavilion lounge, reception, briefings and facilitated networking but with access only to the tradeshow component of PeruMin. To express interest, contact Valeria Beck.
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Apply to participate in this event using the register button below.
Acceptance of your application is not confirmed until you have received formal notification from Austrade. Austrade is not bound to accept any application and shall only do so at its sole discretion so as to best facilitate export and foreign direct investment.
30 June 2017
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