Austrade offering support for METS businesses to attend IMME 2022 in India

Australian businesses in mining equipment, technologies and services (METS) who participate in the International Mining and Machinery Exhibition will be able to interact with visitors from leading Indian mining and exploration companies, agency houses and consultancies.

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The 16th International Mining and Machinery Exhibition (IMME 2022) is being organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) from 16-19 November, 2022, at Kolkata, India. IMME is South Asia’s largest mining exhibition.

IMME 2022 is expected to have seven country pavilions, over 450 exhibitors and over 100,000 sq.m. of exhibition space.

Australian businesses in mining equipment, technologies and services (METS) who participate will be able to develop a first hand understanding of India’s mining industry, especially METS opportunities, recent policy reforms, requirements and projected investments.

Participating firms can capitalise on the Australian Pavilion, with Australian branding, presenting Australian METS capabilities in one location. Companies can showcase products and services to customers, buyers, partners, agents and distributors through the exhibition, business networking event and the Australian METS Capability Guide 2022.

Participation options include an Exclusive Exhibitor Package with a Built-Up Stand, an Exclusive Exhibitor Package with Raw Space to be custom built, a Shared Exhibitor Package and a Visitor Package.

The Global Mining Summit, also organised by CII, is a Conference held on 16 and 17 November, 2022.

Airfares, accommodation, non-event specific meals, local transport and other incidentals are not included but you may be eligible to claim some marketing and promotion costs associated with this mission through the Export Market Development Grant scheme.

Who should attend?

Australian businesses in:

  • Mining equipment, technology and services (METS), including:
  • Geo-mining consultancy
  • Exploration services
  • IT and tools to enhance productivity, quality and safety and reduce environmental impact
  • Niche mining equipment
  • Mineral processing
  • Mining consumables
  • Mineral testing and weighing systems
  • Safety and risk solutions
  • Mining skills, education services and R&D

For more details and to register your interest, go to the Austrade website here.

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