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IMPRC to Hold 1st International Mineral Processing Activists Symposium on October 25

1st International Mineral Processing Activists Symposium (IMPAS 2016) & 3rd Workshop of Iron Ore and Base Metals Processing (ECO Experts) will be held by IMPRC on 25-26 October, IMPRC administrator announced.

Iran Mineral Processing Research Center will hold IMPAS 2016 in order to enhance international interactions and utilization of reputable experts’ experiences around the world in this sector, Gholamreza Molla Taheri said.

300 pioneers of Iran’s mineral processing sector, mining firms, consultants and government and staff organizations have been invited to the event.
 Also, senior directors of the world major companies such as Hatch(Canada), Mintek(South Africa) ,JKMRC(Australia),Outotec (Finland),MSA_Group(South Africa),Malgwegn(African-German) and officials of geological organizations from Finland, India, Turkey etc., will attend the event.
On the sidelines of the conference a MoU with Geological Survey of Finland and a training contract will be signed, he added.


3rd  Workshop of Iron Ore and Base Metals Processing


Coincident with IMPAS 2016, Iran Mineral Processing Research Center will hold 3rd Workshop of Iron Ore and Base Metals Processing (ECO Experts) in order to expand bilateral and multilateral interactions with neighbors and other countries in the region through offer training, research, consulting and professional services and acquaintance with IMPRC’s facilities, equipment and capabilities. Experts from ECO includes Turkey, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and Azerbaijan will attend the workshop. Workshop of Iron Ore and Base Metals Processing has being held since the Iranian year1393 (March 2014 - March 2015), he explained.
Based on the report, IMPRC as one of the IMIDRO’s subsidiaries is located in kilometer 9 of Karaj_Qazvin highway.

News No: 640
Date: 2016/10/20 -
News Source: imidro

IMPRC  Base Metal  IMPAS 2016  Workshop  Iron Ore 

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