EXPOMIN Committeeis refining details of the most important mining exhibition in Latin America
In order to expose and refine the last details of the 14th version of the most important mining exhibition in Latin America, to be held between April 25 and 29 at Espacio Riesco, the Organizing Committee of EXPOMIN 2016 met again in the headquarters of the National Mining Association (SONAMI).
The meeting was attended by the CEO of EXPOMIN, Carlos Parada; the Head of the Department of Communications at FISA, Rebeca Uribe; Studies Manager at Sonami, Alvaro Merino; Head of Studies and Public Policy at Cochilco and Chairman of the Seminar“Exploration Market and Miningin Chile: Prospects and Future Challenges”, Jorge Cantallop, as well as representatives of the Andrés Bello University through the School of Civil Engineering in Metallurgy, Aprimin, MinNovex, Enami and the Third Meeting of Students.
In this meeting, the CEO of EXPOMIN, Carlos Parada, exposed the progress regarding the exhibition and the modern distribution of the stands, saying that “today we are generating a renewed proposal of the industry, with products with a significant innovation contribution and that is possible to see in this event.”
In turn, the Technical Program Coordinator of the EXPOMIN Conference, Armando Valenzuela, showed the final details that are being prepared for this event, which involved leading experts in the sector as the Minister of Mining, Aurora Williams; Subsecretary of Mining, Ignacio Moreno; Environment Superintendent, Carlos Franz; Executive Vice Chairman at Cochilco, Sergio Hernández; COCHILCO Studies Manager, Jorge Cantallopts; Sernageomin National Chairman,Rodrigo Alvarez; CEO at Codelco, Nelson Pizarro, Chairman at CODELCO, Laura Albornoz Pollmann; Executive Vice Chairman at ENAMI, Jaime Pérez de Arce, among others.
In addition, Silvia Riquelme from SR Comunicaciones, who is in charge of the 3rd Meeting of Technical-Professional Alternatives for Mining, give details of this specific event, which is focused on attracting future talent currently required by the mining industry of the country.