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Mining Export Infrastructure 2012: Streamlining the Supply Chain Process from Pit to Port

Developing infrastructure agreements, supply chain management and smartly investing in infrastructure is the emphasis of the 5th annual Mining Export Infrastructure 2012 conference to be held in Perth on the 30 April and 1 May.

By attending, you will hear from industry peers on how to overcome your site’s key logistical and infrastructure challenges with a strategic focus on supply chain management, execution of plans and stakeholder engagement. The two-day event will comprise practical presentations, workshops and problem solving panel discussions, providing an interactive framework from which to benchmark and take home feasible and useable best practice.

Improve your export infrastructure performance and stay abreast of demand to remain competitive, reliable and profitable - Attend Mining Export Infrastructure 2012.

Why Attend Mining Export Infrastructure 2012?

In its fifth year, Mining Export Infrastructure 2012 will give you and your team the opportunity to:

  • Hear from leading Australian mining companies running export infrastructure projects
  • Benchmark against infrastructural projects carried out in other states for rail and port development
  • Critique project problems and learn how to avoid these potential risks
  • Network with industry heads from across the sector and forge new business partnerships
  • Hear from vendors and solution providers
  • Benefit from hands-on learning on capacity usage and project development at the interactive workshops

Topical Discussions, Case Study Presentations and Structured Networking Opportunities at Mining Export Infrastructure 2012

Mining Export Infrastructure 2012 will deliver relevant and topical sessions for delegates, including a wide variety of formats to keep you engaged and learning. The event comprises panel discussions, round table conversations and keynote presentations to give you optimal opportunities to network, ask questions and engage with others. Topics include:

  • Improving the Supply Chain Process
  • Overcoming Common Environmental Challenges
  • Contingency Plans and Cost Over Runs
  • Optimising Port and Rail Capacity During High Demand Periods
  • Operations Management and Reliability of Processes

Who Will Attend Mining Export Infrastructure 2012?

Mining Export Infrastructure 2011 will provide an opportunity to network and learn from industry experts from mining companies, government, port, rail, engineering and infrastructure groups, including:

  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Logistics Managers
  • Heads of Infrastructure
  • Managers of Infrastructure
  • Supply Chain and Logistic Managers
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Project Directors
  • Business Development Managers
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