The First International Mineral Processing Activists Symposium (IMPAS 2016) is scheduled to be held in Tehran on October 25-26.
Tehran Hosts Mineral Processing Symposium
“The event, co-organized by the Iranian Mineral Processing Research Center and the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization, will host over 300 domestic and foreign experts and industry players from firms, such as Canada’s Hatch, South Africa’s Mintek and MSA-Group, Germany’s Malgweyn, Finland’s Outotec and Australia’s JKMRC,” Gholamreza Mollataheri, IMPRC head, said. He added that a memorandum of understanding is set to be signed with the Geological Survey of Finland on the sidelines of the symposium, IMIDRO’s news portal reported.
The CEO of Iran Air stressed that the country would push for the delivery of the passenger planes it has purchased from Airbus.
Iran, one of the largest billet exporter in MENA region is currently facing economic sanctions from US, owing to which the steel export has affected badly. Iran has exported 1,806,000 MT billet and bloom during the first seven months of current Persian year (21-Mar till 22-Oct’18).
Iran, one of the largest steelmaker in MENA has witnessed a sharp fall in graphite electrode imports. The nation, primarily produce steel through EAF, has imported 3,380 MT GE in Oct’18, registered a downfall of 60% M-o-M against 7,900 MT imported in Sep’18.
Iran recently witnessed second wave of economic sanctions from US which targeted Banking, Insurance and Shipping industry of Iran.
Iranian Domestic Billet Offers Hit All Time Low since Sep’19 owing to appreciation of Rials against USD.
According to IMIDRO, Azerbayjani steel has bagged CE certification from Europe in order to export manufactured products to other countries, as well as to promote the brand and create an additional competitive advantage in the steel sector of the country.