Unlocking Indonesia's Mineral Wealth at Mining Indonesia 2009
Mining Indonesia 2009 will take place 14-17 October at the Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran. It will form part of the Energy and Mining Indonesia Series of Trade Exhibitions which also includes three other specialised trade exhibitions held in different halls, Building and Construction Indonesia, Electric Indonesia and Oil and Gas Indonesia occupying all nine halls at the exhibition centre.
Mining Indonesia 2009 the 14th in its series and largest in its history, will bring together over 600 companies from 34 countries covering an area of 16, 000sqm, showing the huge potential in Indonesia's Mining Sector. National Pavilions from Australia, Canada, Germany, Poland, Russia, Singapore and the UK will showcase the latest mining technology and equipment.
Players including Atlas Copco, Chetra, Daimler Chrysler, Getribebau Nord, MTU, Kobexindo, Hexindo, JCB, Supra Bakti, Renault Trucks, United Tractors, JSG Industrial and Terex
As with previous years a high level conference will be organized by IMA under the theme, "Mining Indonesia:Unlocking Mineral Potential". Indonesia currently ranks 5th in the world in terms of its mineral potential according to the Fraser Institute. The conference will discuss the possibilities of unlocking the countries mineral wealth for the benefit of all Indonesians. Following the new Mining Law in January 2009 the regulatory platform is taking shape which should also signal a new era of growth and prosperity for Indonesia's mining industry.
Mining Indonesia has once again garnered the full support from the Department of Energy and Mines, the Indonesian Mining Association (IMA) and the Indonesian Coal Mining Association.
The Energy and Mining Indonesia Series of Trade Exhibitions are expected to be officiated by the President of Indonesia H.E DR. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, stressing the huge importance the government places on these industries to Indonesia's future economic development.
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