In order to promote the rapprochement of companies of the auxiliary industry of Huelva to the mining sector and generate workflows, products and services between them, the Huelva Provincial Councilthrough Huelva Empresa, has opened the call for participation in the 4th edition of the International Mining Exhibition, MMH (Minerals & Mining Hall) 2022 which will take place at the Palace of Exhibitions and Congresses of Seville (FIBES) from the 18th to the 20th of next October.
This is intended to support the companies of the auxiliary industry of Huelva and promote the commercialization of their products and services as well as promote the interconnection between the mining producing sector and the auxiliary sector to it, in any of its aspects, sectors and provision of supplies and services. The maximum number of participating companies is 8 and this event can be a great opportunity for companies to open new markets.
The selected participating companies will have their own space or stand, in addition to having access to conferences, B2B meetings with other companies, as well as a round table with a panel of experts. Those interested have until August 25 to submit their applications and can do so at the following link https://bit.ly/3Skkxyz.
As in previous editions, the MMH will have a large exhibition area that will occupy the main FIBES pavilions, as well as the parallel development of a program with conferences and round tables that will become an opportunity for networking in which institutions , companies, research centers, universities and experts will value shared experience, knowledge and the latest advances in the field of mining and related industries, with a clear focus on innovation, sustainability, energy transition, security and technological development.
Biennial in nature, the International Mining Exhibition held its last edition in October 2019 with the participation of 150 commercial exhibitors, more than 900 congressmen from 17 nationalities and 70 speakers from a top-level scientific program. With more than 10,000 registered visits and 2,000 business meetings, Seville became during those days the world capital of mining.