Seminar on minerals, metals and metallurgy
Minerals, Metals & Metallurgy 2002, the 4th such international trade fair and seminar [New Delhi, September 12-15], will provide a composite display of the minerals, metals and metallurgy industry, and emerging technologies available in India and abroad. The event will help in promoting business interest in planning and anticipating market trends, deciding on capital outlays and taking necessary steps to remain internationally competitive.
MMM 2002 aims to be an ideal platform for organisations:
* to interact with the leaders of the industry, diplomats, business delegations and other participants
* Display and launch new products and technologies
* Establish joint ventures
* Appoint agents
* Develop and renew international and regional contacts
* Excellent business-to-business opportunities.
The exhibitors' profile would include metal technology and products (ferrous and non-ferrous), metallurgical equipment, furnaces, IT relating to MMM industry, mining technology and equipment, refractories, castings and forgings, foundry equipment, chemicals and additives, wires, tubes and pipes, welding, and surface treatment, coating and additives among others.
The third edition of MMM, held in September 2000, attracted delegates from over 200 companies from 25 countries. Participation from Indian industry included state governments, PSUs and private sector companies. Over 17,000 business visitors from India and overseas visited the fair.
The trade fair-cum-seminar has been sponsored by The Indian Institute of Metals, Delhi Chapter, and organised by the Tafcon Group.
For details contact: Tafcon Projects (India) Pvt. Ltd, C-60, Nizamuddin East, New Delhi-110013. Tel: 11-4352141/144/182/184; Fax: 4355215/4077; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org