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Over 10,000 visitors at Asia’s leading Mining Exhibition

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

The Mining Indonesia Conference and Exhibition which ran between the 31st October – 3rd November 2007 ended on a positive note with 10,565 trade and business visitors registering from throughout Indonesia and the ASEAN region.
The event which took place alongside three specialised trade exhibitions, Electric/Power/Renewable Energy Indonesia (16,894 visitors), Oil & Gas Technology Indonesia (10,145 visitors) and Building & Construction Indonesia (11,363 visitors) was officially opened by the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, HE Mr Purnomo Yusgiantoro.
A total of 513 exhibitors from 31 countries participated at Mining Indonesia including leading players from the sector: Atlas Copco, Alfa Laval, DBT, Hitachi, Hyundai, Joy, Liebherr, Renault Trucks, Siemens, Terex and Wirtgen. Alongside all the major Indonesian mining companies; Antam, Banpu Coal, Freeport, Newmont, Inco, Kaltim Prima and Kalimantan Gold.
The exhibition which attracted 6 country pavilions occupied a record 15,000 sqm at the Jakarta International Expo Centre.
Exhibitors were delighted with the results and the opportunities available in Indonesia’s growing Mining Industry;
“The majority of our exhibitors are very satisfied and we would recommend Mining Indonesia 2009 Series to any German exporter interested in the opportunities in Indonesia”. Dr Bernhard Diegner Head of Department German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association (ZVEI) Germany.
“Mining Indonesia is the key platform for mining suppliers to develop their business in Indonesia and the region.”
Mr Maurice Bichsel Director – International Market Development Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE)
Alongside the exhibition, a high level conference was organized by the Indonesian Mining Association under the theme “Re-Invigorating Indonesian Mining: Let’s Look Ahead” which attracted 373 delegates and addressed the key issues affecting Indonesia’s mining sector.
Mining Indonesia, which was 30% larger than the last edition and has seen a 92% increase in exhibitors over the last 2 events 2003 – 2007, will return 14-17 October 2009 and many space reservations have already been confirmed.
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