The Australian mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector has shown its buoyancy once again with the success of Australia’s largest and longest-running mining exhibition, Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX), which has shown incredible resilience to post an increase in visitation.
Tackling the gender imbalance and attracting young talent have been mining industry challenges put under the spotlight on day two of AIMEX in Sydney.
With energy security and climate policy a priority for not only the sector but for the country, AIMEX on day three is primed for robust discussion and healthy debate.
Capturing the potential of future technologies while maintaining close relationships with regional communities was at the forefront of discussions on the opening day of AIMEX.
Day two of AIMEX is on track to be the busiest day of the event, with a full conference program, over 500 suppliers to see and networking events to attend.
The day one theme of the AIMEX Conference will examine “Future Sector- Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation”.
Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) will hold its 2019 edition at the Sydney Showgrounds from Tuesday August 27 to Thursday August 29, starting at 10am each day.
AIMEX takes place from the August 27-29 at the Sydney Showgrounds offering the strongest line-up of suppliers and speakers in recent history.
Renewable energy and mining go hand in hand and will play a vital role in the climate and emission changes facing every business.
Cummins is set to feature its QSK60 MCRS ‘Advantage’ engine at AIMEX, highlighting the lower life cycle costs that are being achieved with its latest technology 60-litre V16 platform.
Growth continues in mining as new or mothballed operations are given the green light, and existing mines expand, but how will the industry cope as labour demand exceeds supply?
How the mining sector and the community work more collaboratively together in the future will be addressed on the on the opening day of AIMEX.
One of Australia’s leading innovators in mine site automation suggests the technology is more likely to support the jobs of workers rather than take them away.
The Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) will return from August 27-29 at Sydney Olympic Park.
Technological advancements, workforce changes, community collaborations and environmental challenges are the focus at this year’s Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX).
While the Australian federal election campaign has seen all sides of politics weigh in on the future of Australian mining, the industry itself is gearing up for Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX).
Australia’s most extensive mining exhibition – Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) has energised the next era of mining professionals, with early reports recording more than 4,900 attendees for the event.
BELAZ has chosen AIMEX as the platform to showcase its extensive product range and capabilities on stand 1030 as the company looks to re-establish a presence in the Australian market.
Devoted to the design and manufacture of products that improve safety and productivity in hazardous areas, Nautitech Mining Systems will display four new and innovative products at AIMEX this year.
Working with natural resources means never knowing what will be around the corner. So says David Moult, non-executive chairman of AIMEX.